The Institute of Railway Studies offers numerous opportunities for full-time and part-time study at a number of different levels.
The Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of York, working in collaboration with The York Management School, currently offers a part-time MA in Railway Studies which is taught online via distance learning, with an optional residential weekend each year. Students need only basic web browsing and word processing skills to engage, and there is no expectation to be online at any specific point, making this a very flexible way to engage with current academic debate within the railway studies arena.
New cohorts begin at the end of September, and applications are taken throughout the academic year. Find out more about our MA in Railway Studies.
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Students may enrol for research degrees (full-time and part-time) at Masters, MPhil and PhD level in a range of academic departments at the University of York. The University currently offers expert supervision in a wide variety of relevant disciplines, including Archaeology, History, History of Art, Management and Sociology. We are especially keen to recruit students with interests in railway-related study of heritage, history (including business history and cultural history), material culture and memory.
Full details on the University’s provision of research degrees may be found at http://www.york.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/courses/research/.
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