PhD Studentships Socio-Legal Studies and Criminology

Economic and Social Research Council Scottish Doctoral Training Centre (ESRC-SDTC) +3 PhD Studentships

Strathclyde University’s Law School is committed to excellence in research. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise we were placed seventh best in the UK (out of 67) and top in Scotland. The Law School is home to a flourishing research community with expertise in traditional and critical legal scholarship, theoretical and empirical work, and interdisciplinary studies. For further details see:

The Law School is participating in the ESRC-SDTC accredited pathways scheme. Each pathway has a number of studentships to allocate each year across all institutions.

The Law School invites applications for full-time research studentships commencing in September 2014 from suitably qualified graduates seeking to undertake PhDs in Socio-Legal Studies and Criminology. Applicants should have an MSc in Research Methods or equivalent.

For further information, including eligibility criteria and applications process, please click the ‘Apply’ button below.


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