Why should I study at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC)?
We offer a variety of research opportunities from master of research degrees to doctoral work - the most advanced form of postgraduate study.
As a University of Nottingham postgraduate research student you will:
- have close contact with academic staff
- receive personal research supervision
- work with either one or two academics, or as part of a research team
Research training is provided to support your work and to help you gain:
- generic skills in research methodology
- skills specific to your research area
- a greater understanding of your subject as a whole
PhD supervision will be offered across the University, but with the focus on areas of research strength including:
Faculty of Business
Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Investment, Marketing, Finance, Economy, Management, Human Resource Management.
For research proposal discussion: Professor Pingping Fu: Pingping.Fu@nottingham.edu.cn
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Contemporary Chinese Studies
Politics, Governance, Economics, Business, Management, Popular Culture, Media, Culture, Society, New Media, International Relations, History.
For research proposal discussion, Dr. David O'Brien: firstname.lastname@example.org
Higher Education, includes Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD, part time)
for research proposal discussion, Professor Anwei Feng: email@example.com
Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Literary Studies, Psycholinguistics/Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, Approaches/theoretical Orientations.
For research proposal discussion: Dr Derek Irwin: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Trade, Labour/Health Economics, Macroeconomics, Applied Econometrics.
For research proposal discussion, Dr Yibai Yang: email@example.com
Media, Digital Media, Computer Games, Game Studies, Mobile Media Studies, Journalism, Documentary, Film/Cinema (including film philosophy), Cultural and Creative Industries, Cultural Policy, Critical and Cultural Theory, Irish and British Art, Everyday Life, Popular Culture, Sport Cultures, Subcultures, Gender Studies, E-Learning, Public Sphere, Translation and Interpretation, Radio Studies, Language Pedagogy, Multimedia, Gender/Sexuality and Literature, and Convergent Journalism.
For research proposal discussion: Dr Nancy Liu: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Relations, Comparative History and Politics, Area Studies, International Political Sociology, History, World History, History of Empires and Colonialism.
For research proposal discussion: Dr Ivaylo Gatev: Ivaylo.email@example.com
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Big Data and Visual Analytics, Computational Intelligence in Optimisation, Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, Software Implementation, Testing and Evolution, Visual Information Processing
For more details, please visit the research page of the School of Computer Science.
Civil, Chemical, Electrical and Electronic, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical, Materials Engineering, Architecture, Sustainable Manufacturing Technology, Architectural Environment Engineering
Environmental Sciences, Ecology, Geomorphology, Hydrology, Soil Science, Environmental Management
Mechanical issues arising at the nanoscale, None-linear analysis, Matched asymptotic expansions, Numerical schemes for stochastic systems, Mathematical modelling of physical processes.
Faculty PhD programme Coordinators:
Dr Alan Conghua Wen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Chengbo Wang: Chengbo.email@example.com