School of Law announce funded PhD Scholarship
We welcome suitably qualified applicants in the field of law and criminology for study commencing from October 2022.
The scholarship is awarded on a competitive basis. Applications are assessed on academic success and qualifications, experience, research background, a clear well-articulated, fully-developed research proposal, the potential impact of the research and a good match with supervisor expertise.
We particularly welcome applicants in the following subfields of law and criminology:
- Law and technology
- Public international law
- Family law
- Children and the law
- Public law
- IP law
- Tort law
- Wellbeing and the legal system
- Probation and non-custodial punishment
- Prisons and imprisonment
- Punishment and penal theory
- Gender and criminal justice
- Criminology of war
- Colonial and post-colonial law and justice
This scholarship will fund the following:
- Fees: Full payment of tuition fees across the course of study at the Home rate. For international students, the residual fee must be met by the individual.
- Maintenance/stipend: £9000 per year for full-time students with payments being made to the individual in quarterly instalments for three and a half years after the start of the course.
- Research Training Support Grant: Up to £500 per year for 3 years with the balance of unspent funds rolling forward each year. Restrictions apply to the use of these funds and there must be a clear connection to supporting the research project. Any unspent funds at the end of the project will be retained by the School.
- The above will be pro-rated for part-time students.
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 17th August 2022.
Any enquiries can be sent to email@example.com
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