Our Political, Social and International Studies courses offer students a broad range of options and opportunities – from politics to international relations, media and popular culture to public policy and management, and beyond.
The University of Liverpool's School of Histories, Languages and Cultures draws together a unique set of research and teaching expertise found across five departments in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
. Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy. UCL's Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP) is offering several opportunities for doctoral study, including an EPSRC PhD Studentship.
Developing country river deltas are climate change hotspots and these are in urgent need of transdisciplinary research to address the drivers of social and physical vulnerability (Cochrane et al., 2017).
The PhD project’s main focus will be on conceptualising, from a theoretically constructivist perspective, the making of EU foreign policy and to apply and test this on selected case studies of EU policy vis-à-vis countries in three sets of cases.
Background. Our research group researches the impact of a wide range of population level preventative policies (such as pricing and taxation policies for foods, tobacco and alcohol; regulation to restrict unhealthy products) on non-communicable diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases and cancer.
How are academic science and engineering deployed and used in policy practice? This EPSRC studentship is aimed at delivering a long-term programme of research investigating different sites of policy practice where scientific, technical, engineering and mathematical expertise and evidence are used in policy making.