The Hertfordshire Law School is advertising one fully funded PhD scholarship, to be awarded to an exceptional doctoral student. The three years’ full-time scholarship is now available to candidates commencing 1st September 2021. It provides a substantial stipend matching the research council rate of £ 15,285 and includes the cost of tuition fees (UK/EU/International rate)
Project start date: 1st September 2021
Application closing date: 23:59 pm, 31st March 2021
The scholarship is for a generous stipend matching the Research Council rate of £ 15,285 and includes the cost of tuition fees (Home/EU/International rate). The duration of the scholarship is three years full-time. Note that this award is open to Home, EU and International students.
The University of Hertfordshire (UH) is based in Hatfield and is only a short (22 minute) train journey away from central London. According to the UK-wide Research Excellence Framework 2014, over 90% of the submitted research at the UH was judged to be of international quality. Legal research is an essential component of academic work within the Hertfordshire Law School. The School is involved in Collaborative Research Projects with national and international partners, building on the wealth of experience and international relationships of our highly qualified team of academics, which includes researchers from across the world.
Applications are invited for one PhD scholarship from suitably qualified and highly motivated individuals to undertake a Research Degree at the Hertfordshire Law School. The School is keen to encourage applications within its stimulating areas of research expertise. For example, many areas within the field of Criminology and Criminal justice will be considered, including, penology, social control and governance, race and colonialism, prisons, probation, feminism, gendered violence, media and crime, criminological history, Chinese studies and sexuality.
The scholarship is awarded for one year in the first instance and will be extended annually for a second and then third year, subject to verifiable and satisfactory progress.
How to apply
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What happens after you apply?
Once the selection process has been completed, short-listed applicants will be informed of the date, time and venue of the interview. If you have not received an invitation to interview, after 15th of April 2021, you may assume that the application was unsuccessful. Due to the large volume of applications that we may receive, we will not be able to provide feedback on your application if this is the case. The interview will be undertaken by the Research Degrees Admissions Tutor and your potential supervisor.
The Hertfordshire Law School deadline for this scholarship is 31st March 2021.
Candidates who wish to discuss their applications are welcome to contact the University’s Doctoral College via email email@example.com .
Terms and conditions
- The scholarship is offered in accordance with the UH’s standard terms and conditions for PhD applicants.
- Applicants should hold at least a first or upper second class honours degree (or equivalent) from a recognised institution and at least an IELTS score of 6.5.
- All stipends are to be paid on a monthly basis.
- The duration of the scholarship is three years and on a full-time basis.
- The University of Hertfordshire’s School of Law is committed to diversity and inclusion and encouraging a diverse student community. To this end, although this award is open to Home, EU and International students, we are particularly inviting applications from UK-based students who self-identify as BAME male and those from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans community for a 3-year, fully-funded PhD studentship in any area of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
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