We have 62 Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

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Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

We have 62 Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Data protection surrounding mass graves

As new technologies for identification emerge, concerns surrounding access to, and protection of, information and individuals’ data are likely to persist… Read more

Cultural and Indigenous rights surrounding mass graves

The recent discovery of suspected mass graves at Canadian residential schools designed to systematically assimilate Indigenous children, thereby destroying cultures, languages and possible ties with the land, indicates the issue is both pressing and current. Read more

Participative rights surrounding mass graves

Family participation has the potential to provide significant benefit to the investigation (by revealing relevant lines of inquiry) as well as to the family members themselves. Read more

Being a non-native speaker in a dynamic world: Language-related policy and its effects on people's cognition, wellbeing and other aspects of their lives

PLEASE NOTE. This project is for self-funded or externally sponsored students only. It is quite common that a country or community has only one official language, or one overwhelmingly dominant official language amongst a few. Read more

Understanding Cultural Legal Studies: Interrogating Legal Meanings in Artistic and Popular Culture

Emerging out of traditions of law and literature, critical legal studies, and law and popular culture, cultural legal studies is an international field that has recently emerged at the cutting edge of the interdisciplinary study of law. Read more

Ableism, Microaggressions and the Law

Studies in Ableism (SiA) is now a recognised sub-specialism of critical disability studies and focuses on ways that abledment (the process of being/becoming ‘abled’) is located within societal processes and practices. Read more

PhD in Business and Law at the University of Brighton

For some time now, the university’s School of Business and Law’s mission and vision has been to advance, support and shape responsible enterprise for a fairer society through education, research, collaboration and thought leadership, to prepare learners for practice and to promote inclusive practices that respect diversity. Read more

Law PhD

Join a vibrant research community, a supportive environment, and many opportunities to engage critically with academic research and contemporary issues. Read more

Sustainable Rural Futures Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships Programme

Up to 8 Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships with Keele’s Sustainable Rural Futures Programme (SURF). . Keele University’s Leverhulme-funded Sustainable Rural Futures Programme will train a new generation of interdisciplinary rural researchers to tackle contemporary rural challenges. Read more

PGR Opportunities at University of Strathclyde 2024

Founded in 1796 as a ‘place of useful learning' the University of Strathclyde is a leading technological University based in the heart of Glasgow. Read more

PhD (School of Law) Doctorate

Study a PhD at the University of Bradford and contribute new and significant knowledge to the field of law. Why study a law PhD?. Read more

Island Nations Going Under: Submerged Statehood, Legal Protections Beyond Refugee Status.

Anthropocentric climate change exhibits asymmetric impacts on specific States, particularly those that endured economic, social, and political exploitation during the colonial era and underwent extensive fossil-fuel-based industrialisation. Read more

Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Law

PhD Funding Opportunities live event. Learn about the latest scholarship and funding opportunities available to you in the School of Law at our upcoming online event, taking place on Thursday 8 February, 2pm–3pm (UK time). Read more

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