PhD Scholarships in Politics
We welcome applicants for full-time PhD scholarships (a stipend of £13,000 p.a. and tuition fee waiver for three years). Applications are invited across a range of subjects and themes:
Education (Auto/Biography and Narrative; Holistic Early Learning and Development; Curriculum, Language and Intercultural Education; Equality, Inclusion and Social Justice; Post Secular Values and the Sacred; Professional, Organisational and Leadership Development; Ecopedagogy; Pedagogy and Identity)
Contemporary Studies in Childhood, Youth and Parenthood: (Children, Families and Communities; the Politics of Early Childhood Care and Education (birth to three); Social Divisions and Youth Marginalisation; Motherhood and Family Wellbeing)
Health and Wellbeing (Mental Health; Child Health and Wellbeing; Patient, Carer and Public Involvement/Service User and Carer Involvement; Innovation in Practice Development and Health Education; Health and Social Services Evaluation; Arts and Health)
Arts and Humanities (American Studies; Applied Linguistics; Archaeology; English Literature; History; Film Studies; Theology and Religious Studies; Music; Media and Cultural Studies; Performing Arts)
Social and Applied Sciences (Biological Sciences; Business and Management and Finance; Computing; Criminal Justice; Geography; Psychology; Politics and International Relations; Sociology; Sport and Exercise Science; Tourism Studies).
Available to: Home/EU and International applicants
Closing date: 18 April 2017
Registration date: 1 October 2017
How to apply: Please indicate that you would like to be considered for the scholarship during the online application stage. Start your application.
Full-time PhD fee waivers
Candidates who are not awarded a PhD scholarship will be considered for a fee waiver for the following areas: American Studies; Applied Linguistics; Archaeology; English Literature; History; Film Studies; Theology and Religious Studies; Music; Media and Cultural Studies; and Performing Arts.
- only covers the costs of the fees for study in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and does not provide any further funding.
- Is only for newly registered PhD students from the UK/EU.
If you have any enquiries about the scholarship, please email the Graduate School.
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