CFA: PhD Studentships at the Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University, Northern Ireland
Deadline: February 27, 2015
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
PhD studentships at the Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University (Northern Ireland)
The Transitional Justice Institute is the research institute for Law at Ulster University. In REF 2014, Law at Ulster is ranked 4th in the UK overall. It is ranked 1st for impact with 100% of our impact rated as world-leading.
Further details are attached.
Applications and Studentships
Each year several funded PhD scholarships are available for students, and the Institute also encourages applications from self-funded students or students funded from other sources. All prospective students are encouraged to contact staff members with relevant expertise in the area of the proposed course of research for advice on preparing a project outline that will form part of their application.
Details of the funding competition are at http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/status/rgszip/index.php
Deadline for applications is 27 February 2015.
For details on the application process, student support, funding opportunities, research expertise of staff members, and suggested PhD Projects, see the Law section of the Research Graduate School (Faculty of Social Sciences) website:
Please contact potential supervisors to discuss projects, or contact the PhD coordinator for general queries. The PhD coordinator is Prof Cath Collins.
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