MPhil/PhD Research Bursaries – 2013 entry

The Department of Educational Studies in conjunction with its Research Centres has an established MPhil/PhD programme that provides opportunities for study in a wide range of topics relating to the field of education. Bursary awards for part-time or full-time study are available again this year for prospective students with excellent proposals. Applications are invited, particularly in the following areas:

  • Action research in education
  • Art and education 
  • Bilingualism in education
  • Comparative education
  • Comprehensive education
  • Creativity
  • Curriculum policy and practice
  • Development of literacy
  • Drama in education
  • Early childhood education and cultural diversity
  • Early literacy and bilingualism
  • English in Education
  • Equity and social justice
  • Family learning
  • Family learning in multilingual contexts
  • Gender studies
  • Girl studies
  • Identities, cultures and the curriculum
  • Inclusion and exclusion
  • Learning outside formal settings
  • New technologies and learning
  • Policy and its contestation
  • Popular culture and education
  • Race and education
  • Science culture and education
  • Sexualities and education
  • Social class and education
  • Spatial aspects of education
  • Reading development
  • Youth and pupil voice

Bursaries for 75 per cent of the part – or full-time UK/EU enrolment fee (regardless of whether you are a UK/EU or overseas applicant) are payable for up to a maximum of 3 years of study (subject to satisfactory progress).

Applicants should normally have a good undergraduate degree and a Masters degree in Education or a closely related area of the Social Sciences. 

Click ‘Apply’ below and follow the links to download application details with guidelines for writing a proposal. Completed applications with outline proposals must be received by 7th May 2013.

Further information:
Myrna Felix, MPhil/PhD Programme Administrator: on 020 7919 7302 via the Apply button below.

020 7919 7766

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