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Directors of Graduate Studies

The list below gives the details of the Director of Graduate Studies in each of Royal Holloway's departments. 

Prospective students interested in applying for a research degree should first enquire with the postgraduate administrator or the director of graduate studies to see what opportunities are available in the department.

Current students should refer to the director of graduate studies for postgraduate matters within the department.

Classics Professor Lene Rubinstein
Drama and Theatre

Dr Chris Megson

Professor Helen Nicholson (deputy)

English Dr Will Montgomery
History Professor Jonathan Harris
Media Arts Dr Olga Goriunova
Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures (School of)

Dr Danielle Sands

Music Professor Julian Johnson
Politics & International Relations


Professor Julia Gallagher

Dr Kaat Smets (Deputy)

Social Work Professor Anna Gupta 
Economics Dr Ija Trapeznikova 
Law (School of) Professor Jonathan Gabe
Management (School of) Professor Paul Robson

Biological Sciences (School of)

Dr Mikhail Soloviev 

Computer Science

Professor Kostas Stathis

Earth Sciences

Professor Margaret Collinson 

Electronic Engineering

Professor David M Howard


Dr Innes Keighren


Dr Ian Candy

Information Security

Professor Mota-Furtado and Professor Pat O'Mahony


Dr Rainer Dietmann


Professor Jon Goff 

Professional Studies (Centre of)

Mr Lakis Kaounides


Professor Johannes Zanker


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