The successful applicant would be expected to hold a Masters degree (or equivalent) in a socio-legal discipline at least at Merit level.
Students need to be self-funded, although the University does offer some regional bursaries.
More information can be found here: View Website.
Support is available for the candidate to apply for UKRC funding: View Website.
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