Ranked in the top 1% of the world's universities and 2nd in Scotland for research, we are looking to the future, ensuring that our discoveries and students have a positive impact on the world in which we live.
The University of Glasgow has a long reputation of delivering research with impact. In previous years our doctoral students have worked collaboratively with world leading academics and sector experts from Glasgow Life and The Hunterian. Kelvin Hall will open up greater opportunities to collaborate across all sectors.
A taste of what is to come is provided by a new £1million research project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, led by Professor of Film & TV Studies Karen Lury and inspired by the collaboration at the heart of Kelvin Hall. Collections: An Enlightenment Pedagogy for the 21st Century will support 15 PhD students to connect information in collections across a wide range of subjects.
For more information on our research, or if you are interested in finding out about PhD opportunities linked to Kelvin Hall, please visit our website.
- Arts Lab
- Institute of Art History
- Centre for Robert Burns Studies
- Centre for Cultural Policy Research
- Digital Humanities Network
- Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History
- Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies
- Leverhulme Trust 'Collections'
- Medical Humanities Research Centre
- Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities
University of Glasgow international partners in research and teaching at the Kelvin Hall: