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Campbell Burns Research Studentships

Academic Level
All

Subject Areas
Law

Eligibility Requirements
Area of research interest resonant with the expertise and current interests of available Law School staff. Proven or potential ability to teach at undergraduate level. If English is not the applicant's first language, a minimum of 7 in IELTS, or equivalent, will be required. First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or equivalent) is required. Before applications for this studentship may be considered, candidates must have applied for admission to, and received either an unconditional or conditional place, on the Law School's postgraduate research programme.

Funding Source
Other

Number of Scholarships
At the discretion of the Head of the Law School. There will be a maximum of two Studentships in existence at any given time.

Scholarship Value
£10,000 + Tuition Fees (1yr MPhil; 3yr PhD)

Study Options
MPhil + PhD

Deadline
Applications may be submitted at any time.

Eligibility Requirements
Area of research interest resonant with the expertise and current interests of available Law School staff. Proven or potential ability to teach at undergraduate level. If English is not the applicant's first language, a minimum of 7 in IELTS, or equivalent, will be required.  First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or equivalent) is required.  Before applications for this studentship may be considered, candidates must have applied for admission to, and received either an unconditional or conditional place, on the Law School's postgraduate research programme.

Further Information
The Law School at the University of Strathclyde invites applications for the award of a Campbell Burns Studentship. The required application forms for admission to postgraduate study as well as Campbell Burns Studentship application forms and regulations are available from the address or email below. They are also downloadable from the website below. All research students at Strathclyde Law School may access the Departmental Research and Development Fund to assist in expenses arising directly from their research activity. The Studentship is for one year in the first instance and in the case of PhD students, subject to satisfactory progress, will normally be renewed up to the maximum of a further 2 years.

law-cbpgscholarship@strath.ac.uk

Address
Campbell Burns Studentship
The Law School
University of Strathclyde
Lord Hope Building - Level 3
St James Road
Glasgow
G4 0LT


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