Criminology Graduate Teaching & Research Assistant (GTRA) Scholarships



The School of Law of The University of Manchester invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for a School of Law Criminology GTRA Scholarship to fund a PhD. The School of Law is a multi-disciplinary School, and we welcome applications from candidates proposing to undertake doctoral research in the areas of criminology, socio-legal studies, law, bioethics, or social ethics & policy. PhD research can be undertaken in any of these areas, however the successful candidate will be able to teach criminology subjects, to start in January 2014.

The GTRA Scholarship will offer the full payment of tuition fees for the duration of the PhD (three years), plus an additional annual stipend as a contribution to maintenance – altogether, an annual amount of approximately £17,000.

Due to funding restrictions the competition for this Scholarship is open to both home/EU and overseas applicants.

Further information concerning this opportunity for PhD funding and the application process can be found on the following page from The School of Law website, where application forms are also available to download: .

Enquiries should be directed to the School’s Postgraduate Research Co-ordinator, Mr. Stephen Wadsworth ([email protected]).

The deadline for applications to be received is Monday, 23rd September 2013. A full application (including all supporting documents) for a place on the School’s PhD programme must also be made by this date.

To apply for this position, please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.

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