Funded PhD Studentships MSc in Socio-Legal Studies

MSc in Socio-Legal Studies

 

South West Doctoral Training Centre Funded PhD Studentships

 

We are asking for high quality potential applicants for our MSc in Socio-Legal Studies, and for funded studentships offered through the South West Doctoral Training Centre. Applications are now open for places on the MSc, both full-time and part-time, and for the funded studentships, to commence in September 2014. We would appreciate it if you could pass this information on to interested students:

 

MSc in Socio-Legal Studies

Details of the programme are available at http://www.bris.ac.uk/law/pgdegrees/taughtdegrees. The course is specifically designed to provide a sound foundation for anyone wishing to pursue research about the operation of law in society, and former students have progressed to PhD study and research posts in Bristol University and elsewhere. Interested applicants are welcome to contact the Programme Director, Professor Tony Prosser (tony.prosser@bris.ac.uk) or Professor Dave Cowan (D.S.Cowan@bristol.ac.uk) to discuss the course. Online applications can be accessed through the following webpage http://www.bris.ac.uk/law/pgdegrees/pg-admissions/application-process.html.

 

Funded Research Studentships – Socio-legal Studies

The Universities of Bristol, Exeter and Bath have created the South West Doctoral Training Centre (SWDTC) which draws together the established research excellence of more than 770 academic and research staff at the three institutions. The SWDTC was awarded Doctoral Training Centre status by the ESRC in January 2011, enabling us to offer a number of funded studentship opportunities (available for European Union citizens only). Further information on the studentships can be found at

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/fssl/courses/postgraduate/scholarships/

Further information about socio-legal studies at Bristol is available at

http://www.bris.ac.uk/law/research/centres-themes/socio-legal-studies.html.

Students applying for ESRC funded scholarships are encouraged to speak to their chosen school prior to application in order to discuss their research ideas with a suitable supervisor. Students are also encouraged to look at ways of incorporating collaboration with external partners into their research proposal. Collaboration does not always have to be a financial arrangement and could take the form of a placement, voluntary work, data sharing or other payment in kind opportunities.

Details of the application process are available on the School of Law website at http://www.bris.ac.uk/law/pgdegrees/research-degrees/esrc-sl-fund.html

Please note: the closing date for applications for the studentships is 13 February 2014.

 

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