London Inter-Disciplinary Social Science (LISS) Doctoral Training Partners (DTP) ESRC PhD Studentship at Queen Mary University of London, UK 2022 is open for Domestic Students, International Students . The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of Law taught at Queen Mary University of London . The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 28 Jan 2022.
London Inter-Disciplinary Social Science (LISS) Doctoral Training Partners (DTP) ESRC PhD Studentship at Queen Mary University of London, UK 2022 is available to undertake PhD level programs at Queen Mary University of London.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
The Studentship comprises a full fee waiver at Home/EU rates and an annual stipend of around £17,000 per year.
The ‘+3’ funding is open to applicants who have already graduated from and thus hold an MA degree in Law – thus, applicants in this position can apply for doctoral funding only – the 3-year award covers your doctoral degree. However, to be eligible, the applicant’s MA degree must have provided research training that covers 75% or more of the ESRC’s key social science perspectives and methods requirements, as set out on the core CTR’s webpage.
If you hold an MA degree but are unsure whether this would make you eligible for the +3 Studentship, please contact [email protected] to receive guidance
Applicants are expected to meet the entry requirements of the School of Law Ph.D. program – these require applicants to gain a ‘Pass with Distinction’ on an LLM or equivalent qualification (or a grade equivalent to a UK ‘Pass with Distinction’ for degrees taken outside of the UK). Other qualifications highly relevant to the proposed area of study, such as prior professional or work-related expertise, may also be considered.
For all applicants not eligible for +3 Studentship funding, the remaining route open is the ‘3+1’ Studentship. This award is for 4 years of funding, and recipients must complete an MRes post-graduate degree in their first year, before then undertaking their doctoral degree.
The School of Law at Queen Mary offers 5 MRes courses that are ESRC-eligible, and they are listed on this webpage above, in the ‘About this award’ section. To be considered for the 3+1 route, an applicant must submit a research proposal that relates to an area of law covered by the MRes course they are applying to. For information on the areas of Law covered, please see the information provided on the web pages for the MRes programs given above.
Therefore, 3+1 funding applications must submit, as part of their MRes application, a Research Proposal. The expectation is that the proposed research topic will form the basis of both their MRes Dissertation module and their doctoral research.
Applicants should have a very good first degree (an undergraduate degree, such as an LLB) – at 1st class level (or upper 2nd, with clear evidence of first classwork).
In addition, applicants must have:
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