The Doctoral College team and contacts in our five schools are here to help you and answer any queries you may have.
Professor Stephen Cottrell
Assistant Vice-President (City Doctoral College)
Stephen Cottrell is Professor of Music at City, University of London, and Assistant Vice-President (City Doctoral College). He studied at the University of East Anglia, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and the Paris Conservatoire, before completing a PhD at Goldsmiths College, London.
Professor Cottrell's research interests fall into three inter-related areas: ethnographic approaches to musicians and music-making, particularly within the Western classical music tradition; the study of musical instruments, especially the saxophone; and the study and analysis of musical performance.
He was on the executive committee of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology from 2005-2012 and is presently on the ethnomusicology committee of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
He has been an associate editor of the journal Twentieth-Century Music (2008-13) and is presently an external advisor to the Hong Kong Research Grants Committee and the Irish Research Council, among others. He is also a member of the Peer Review College of the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Doctoral Researcher Development Programme Co-ordinator
Nadja leads on the strategic delivery of our Doctoral Researcher Development Programme.
Working in collaboration with our five Schools, our professional services teams, and external partners such as The Bloomsbury Postgraduate Skills Network (BPSN), Nadja ensures that all our researchers have access to high-quality, relevant professional training and development that supports our researchers during the PhD journey.
Nadja is also responsible for supporting mental health and wellbeing provision, and career development training for our doctoral researchers.
Doctoral College Administrator
Mandy takes the lead on the City Doctoral College’s internal and external communications, disseminating information about CDC activities, policies, processes and procedures.
Mandy is also responsible for building a strong, cohesive PGR community within the University by co-ordinating community events for our researchers, including induction events for our new starters. Mandy is the main point for researcher enquiries relating to the CDC and our activities.
For more information about the application process for your School of Interest, or a specific query relating to your research degree, please use the contact details below:
School of Arts and Social Sciences
Joanna Stefanowska and Kevin Jones (DPsych)
The Bayes Business School
School of Health Sciences
School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
Ann-Marie de Here
The City Law School