Teaching Medieval Studies

These pages contain information about undergraduate, taught MA, and research degree programmes, as well as information about funding for PG students at Leicester.

Bronze Lion handle from Charlemagne's chapel at AachenThe study of the Middle Ages (AD 500-1600) has been a major feature of teaching and research at the University of Leicester for many decades, and this is reflected in the breadth of courses available for undergraduate and postgraduate students, and in the depth and range of our library resources housed in the University's David Wilson Library and in the specialist Centre for English Local History.

The Medieval Research Centre DIssertation Prize is awarded annually for the best undergraduate dissertation on a medieval subject.

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Insular Manuscripts

International Network grant to study medieval manuscripts made by Anglo-Saxon or Irish scribes between AD 650 and 850


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Flood and Flow

Flood risk in Britain: Richard Jones runs a project to study river flooding and water/land management during the period c.700-1100AD.

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