UCL Laws Widening Participation PhD scholarships open for applications
4 June 2019
Two 3-year PhD studentships are available at UCL Faculty of Laws for two enthusiastic students interested in specific areas of legal study.
UCL Laws is funding two PhD studentships to commence in 2019/2020 covering fees for UK/EU or overseas students with a stipend of £18,000 per annum for three years plus an additional personal research allowance (PRA) of £750 per annum for three years.
Successful candidates may write up their thesis during a completing research status year – however, please note that there is no funding available for this additional year.
We are particularly interested in ensuring our PhD students come from diverse backgrounds, and welcome applications from high quality candidates from BAME and disadvantaged backgrounds.
Two 3-year PhD studentships are available at UCL Faculty of Laws for two enthusiastic students interested in the following areas:
- The Philosophical Foundations of Contractual Duress, supervised by Dr Prince Saprai
- Copyright Law and the Challenges of the Digital Age, supervised by Dr Daniela Simone
- Non-Appearance before International Courts and Tribunals, supervised by Dr Danae Azaria
Applications must be submitted by 23:59 on 4th July 2019.
For more information, including details of eligibility criteria and the application process, visit the studentship page .