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Graduate School

The Graduate School supports the academic Schools with the recruitment, student experience and skills development of all Postgraduate Research (PGR) students. The Graduate School sits within the Research Directorate and provides support to academic colleagues and prospective students with the application process and throughout the student's studies here. 

A key function of the Graduate School is to deliver personal and professional skills training to all of our researchers. PGR students enjoy access to the Researcher Development Programme, an excellent series of events and workshops which are all mapped against the VITAE Research Development Framework (RDF). Through this training, interaction between researchers of different academic disciplines is encouraged to create and foster a vibrant and supportive research community. 

The Graduate School has a newly refurbished dedicated working space on the first floor of the Library Building which is used by PGR students and their supervisors as a social and learning space. The area is also used to deliver some of the Graduate School seminars and workshops.

Postgraduate Research Applications

The University of Suffolk is able to enrol students on postgraduate research degrees in any of the following areas:

  • Health and Biological Sciences
  • Computer Science and Informatics
  • Social Policy
  • Social Work
  • Business Management
  • Heritage
  • Education
  • History
  • Sport and Exercise Science
  • English
  • Sustainability

All students will need to be registered with both the University of Suffolk and the University of East Anglia.

If you could like to get in touch with the Graduate School then please contact the Graduate School Coordinator, Katrina Hedley, at

For further information regarding admissions please see the Research Degree Applications page.

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