We have 32 Politics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

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

We have 32 Politics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Global Development, Politics and International Relations & Security

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

Understanding the policy and regulatory barriers and enablers to the adoption of alternative fuels

Applications are invited for a fully-funded three-year PhD to commence in June 2024. . The PhD will be based in the School of Civil Engineering and Surveying, and will be supervised by Dr Keiron Roberts, Prof Steve Fletcher and Ms Antaya March. Read more

Identity, peacebuilding and psychosocial wellbeing in post-conflict settings [BUR 24-05]

Background. Identity and identity politics have been at the core of many conflicts globally, with significant psychosocial, socioeconomic, and sociopolitical impacts on affected populations that influence overall wellbeing and functioning. Read more

Exploring potential economic costs of cultural displays in Northern Ireland

Project Introduction. The studentship is fully funded by a NI Department for the Economy Co-operative Award in Science and Technology for three years, covering all fees and providing a stipend to cover living expenses. Read more

Contentious Civil Societies and Democratisation in Southeastern Europe

Introduction. This research will address whether the trend towards civil society contention and polarisation in Southeast Europe, can justifiably be considered a positive phase in the region’s path to democratisation. Read more

Instigating compassionate and father-inclusive support for young men who are fathers: capturing and evaluating the Family Hubs and Start for Life Programme (in collaboration with FutureMen and North East Young Dads and Lads)

Project background. Global shifts towards the value of father-inclusive service design and professional approaches are increasingly acknowledged for their potential to better support fathers to be positively involved in the lives of their children and co-parents (Bateson et al 2017; Pfitzner et al. Read more
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Understanding the Use of Evidence in Civil Service Policy Making (in collaboration with the Evaluation Task Force (ETF), a joint unit of the Cabinet Office and Treasury)

Project background. This is an excellent opportunity to work with the Evaluation Task Force in the UK’s Civil Service. The Evaluation Task Force is a joint unit of the Cabinet Office and Treasury that aims to ensure robust evidence is plays a key role in UK Government spending decisions. Read more

Politics and International Relations PhD

Take on global challenges in the 21st century – interpret events, identify trends and make informed judgments about the future. Engage with world politics, global environmental change, terrorism, governance in cyberspace, and conflict resolution with insight and clarity. Read more

Evaluating the Just Transition to effect policy change

It is an undeniable fact that the world faces environmental and climate crises of epic proportions. What is also clear to see is the social and political impacts of these crises across states and societies. Read more

Progressive Activism vs. Traditional Liberalism: Exploring the Ideological Schism on the Left

  Research Group: Social Psychology
Viewed within contemporary Western culture, there is a struggle playing out for the soul of the Left-wing. These factions have been variously labelled ‘Progressives’ vs. Read more

Research degrees in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies

The research focus of the School allows us to offer expertise in a wide range of interdisciplinary fields, including world-wide art history, critical analysis and theoretical cultural studies, as well as fine art practice in all media. Read more

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