This studentship is funded by the Life Changes Trust. The studentship provides full fees (at UK/EU rates), along with a living allowance and a training grant (at ESRC rates, see View Website). Applications from (non-EU) overseas candidates will be considered, however, they will be required to pay the difference in fees between the Home/EU and Overseas rates. The studentship is open to applicants with an excellent undergraduate or Master’s level qualification in a social science or related discipline.
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 32.97
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