Closing date: Tuesday, 21 February 2023 (noon UK time)
21 studentships are available
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Law is pleased to announce that there will be 21 fully-funded PhD scholarships for applicants showing exceptional research potential. University of Bristol PhD Scholarships are available for applicants from any country and for any PhD programme offered within the Schools in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law. We actively encourage applications from all parts of the world and from under-represented and non-traditional groups, both from within and outside of the UK. All applications, whether requiring home or overseas fees, will receive equal consideration.
This year, aligned with University and Faculty strategic priorities, research projects must be situated in – or at the intersections between – the following areas,
- Economic, political and social justice
- Environment / sustainability / climate change
- Health and social care
- Migration and mobilities
- Sociodigital / data science / technology
Projects in these areas examining policy and/or policy evaluation are welcome. We also welcome proposals located firmly in traditional disciplines as well as proposals that are interdisciplinary, whether across the social sciences and law or more broadly.
PhD Studentships will include fees and a maintenance grant in line with UKRI fee and stipend rates for four years (full-time) or eight years (part-time), depending on satisfactory progress. Each student will also receive a £2000 per annum RTSG (Research Training and Support Grant) for associated research costs.
For further details on how to apply please go to http://www.bristol.ac.uk/fssl/courses/postgraduate/scholarships/