Fulbright Award for the Executive MPA in Global Public Policy and Management (application deadline: Friday, 5th December)
In this award category, one award will be offered to a British citizen, who is a mid-career professional, to pursue a semester in the US as part of the jointly run Global EMPA with NYU Wagner. The Fulbright Award semester will be spent at New York University's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service in New York City and will take place during the autumn. Grantees will then return to the UK to complete a second semester at University College London. No additional funding is available for British citizens from the Fulbright Commission for this UK-based second semester.
In addition to applying for the award, students must apply for admission to the UCL/NYU Wagner course in the normal way. Please review the admissions criteria for the UCL/NYU Wagner course to make sure you are eligible before applying for this scholarship.
Applicants to the Global EMPA at NYU Wagner and University College London should have at least 7 years of management-level experience, and be either a rising leader, or already in an executive position.
More information on the award here.
Global Excellence Scholarship
UCL Global Excellence Scholarships aim to reward academic excellence among new UCL students. The value of the scholarship is £5,000 and is tenable for one year only. Global Excellence Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, achievement and potential. Financial circumstances of the candidates are not taken into account. There is no formal application process for this scholarship as all students who apply for study (Masters or PhD) in the Department by the deadline stated at the top of the page in the year they wish to commence study are eligible and will be considered by the department for nomination to the Faculty/College selection committees.
Bentham Postgraduate Research Scholarships
The department has three Bentham Scholarships available to prospective departmental PhD candidates.
For the first year, the Fellowship will cover the full Home/UK fee of £4,500 and will carry the UCL/research council level stipend of £15,863.
In the 2nd and 3rd years, it will cover the full fee and offer a stipend of £15,863 on the basis that the student contributes to teaching for a total of 180 hours per annum (this includes both contact and non-contact hours and is in line with research council scholarships).
AHRC DTP Awards - MPhil/PhD
A number of AHRC Studentships is to be awarded by open competition to prospective UCL MPhil/PhD students. Applicants who wish to be considered for one of these studentships must first submit a complete application for admission to a political theory or political philosophy PhD with the Department of Political Science.
All studentships are extremely competitive and only candidates with an excellent academic record and strong research proposal are awarded.
Full award studentships available to Home students cover the cost of approved tuition fees and provide a maintenance grant or ‘stipend.’ EU candidates will be eligible for a fees only award.
Further information can be found on the LAHP website.
Information about postgraduate research in political philosophy in UCL Department of Politics can be found on our website which includes details about our staff and their research interests.
ESRC DTC 1+3 and +3 Awards MPhil/PhD
A number of ESRC Studentships is awarded annually by open competition to prospective UCL MPhil/PhD students. Applicants who wish to be considered for one of these studentships must first submit a complete application for admission to the PhD. Full award studentships available to Home students cover the cost of approved tuition fees and provide a maintenance grant or ‘stipend.’ EU candidates will be eligible for a fees only award.
Departmental Teaching Assistantships
All PhD students who are registered on the Department's PhD programme and who have successfully completed the first year in the programme are eligible to apply for a Departmental Teaching Assistantship. All eligible PhD students are considered for these positions. The duties of a Teaching Assistant include seminar teaching and coursework/examination marking.