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Law, Politics & Justice: 2007 Studentships
Research studentships are offered to students wishing to undertake a PhD programme on a full-time basis. All studentships are highly competitive and you should ensure (and demonstrate) that there is a good match between your own qualifications and interests and those being sought for the particular studentship.
Research Institute where studentship will be held
Law Politics & Justice
(allocated by Graduate School)
Research topic or field
Law, Politics & Justice
Research topic or field – full description (or attach document)
Applications are invited for four full-time three-year doctoral studentships within any of the research priority areas covered by the Research Institute. These include the following: Crime, Violence & Risk; Community Safety and Social Order; Crime History; Punishment, Policing & Social Control; Political and International Theory; European Politics; International Relations; Environmental Politics & Policy; Critical and Socio-Legal Studies; Law, Gender and Sexuality; Medical Law and Ethics; Law, Markets and Regulation; Cultural & Postcolonial studies, Migration, & International Human Rights.
Available from (date)
24th September 2007
Funding support available – Fees, stipend, duration
These studentships are for new applicants for full-time PhD study only. They include funding for three years to cover fees for PhD registration (at home/EU rates) and a research studentship stipend equivalent to the research council rate (?12,600 for 2007/2008).