Thursday, February 18, 2016

Phd funding to study caste discrimination at Manchester Metropolitan University


Three funded PhD scholarship opportunities are available based in the Manchester Law School at Manchester Metropolitan University - including one scholarship entitled Caste, discrimination, law and social justice.

These scholarships are awarded by competition.

For details of the Caste, discrimination, law and social justice scholarship please see this link.

High-quality PhD candidates are now being invited to apply for the funding, the deadline for which is 9.00am on Monday 21 March 2016.

Interviews: 4-6 April 2016

Successful applicants will receive scholarships to cover fees and living costs in recognition of the vital role that they will play in Manchester Met’s vibrant and growing research community.

Self-funded applicants are also welcome to apply for a PhD in any of the areas in which we can offer supervision.

For general information on MMU’s PhD Scholarship Competition 2016 see this link.

For the PhD scholarship competition 2016 guidance notes which contain detailed advice and instructions on how to apply for a Manchester Met PhD scholarship see this link.
Post a Comment