The University of Warwick is actively recruiting high-caliber and talented applicants for PhD Scholarship in the Vulnerable State: Appraising the Ambivalent Economies of State Power in the United Kingdom for the academic year 2023-2024.
The funding program is open to brilliant students from the UK/EU Students and international students commencing a postgraduate degree program. This scholarship aims to cover tuition fees at the UK level plus a tax-free stipend of £17,668 per annum for three years of full-time study.
PhD Scholarship for the UK/EU and International Students
Great offer to study PhD at the University of Warwick, UK.
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The University of Warwick is an initiative adopted by the UK government to improve higher education and was formally founded in 1965. It ranked among the world’s top academic institutions within a few years of its establishment. Warwick is a public research university on the outskirts of Coventry. It strives to be Europe’s leading University-based Business School, developing transformational ideas and people that shape how we do business.
Why study at the University of Warwick? The University carries three campuses: Gibbet Hill Campus, Westwood Campus, and Warwick Science Park University. Via top-notch teaching and research excellence, it has always been committed to offering a strong academic challenge. Warwick has an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, innovation, and links with business and industry. It aims to develop cutting-edge research that leads debate and deepens our understanding of the practice of business and management.
Application Deadline: 12th January 2023.
- University or Organization: University of Warwick
- Department: Law School and Sociology
- Course Level: PhD
- Award: £17,668 tax-free stipend per annum
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: 2
- Nationality: UK Students, EU Students, International Students
- The award can be taken in the UK.
- Eligible Countries: UK Students, EU Students, and International Students are eligible to apply.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded in postgraduate research
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- Candidates must have a 1st or 2.1 honors degree in Anthropology, Sociology, Criminology, or another relevant Social Sciences discipline.
- An interest and background in criminal justice, policing, and immigration law and practice will be an advantage.
- International students are welcome to apply but must meet the fee difference themselves.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Students must submit their admission applications on the university portal. Please apply for the scholarship by sending this to Ana Aliverti at aliverti-at-warwick.ac.uk
- Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- A CV (no more than three pages)
- A personal statement document of no more than 500 words to explain your interest in this research area, outlining your relevant experience and existing knowledge of this research area.
- A research proposal outlining how you would conceptually develop, methodologically design, and conduct either of the two studies (policing or immigration courts). This should be at most 1500 words, including references.
- Admission Requirements: Before admission, students must check out the entry requirements for each qualification they plan to study.
- Language Requirement: The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- CAE – 210
- CPE – 210
- IELTS – 7.0
- PTE – 79
- TOEFL IBT – 113
- Duolingo – 135.
The University of Warwick will cover tuition fees at the UK fee level, plus a tax-free stipend of £17,668 per annum for three years of full-time study, fieldwork expenses, and conference attendance to present research.