Project DetailsThis PhD project will be related to the Comparative Candidates Survey (CCS) Project (www.comparativecandidates.org/) involving researchers from 30 countries, which has collected data on candidates standing in national elections between 2005 and 2013.
Further InformationThe successful candidate will join the School of Government and Public Policy, whose faculty have a distinguished track record of international research excellence, particularly in the areas of comparative politics, public policy, public opinion and representation.
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How to apply
Candidates must apply on-line via PEGASUS at http://pgr.strath.ac.uk and choose “PhD Politics”.
Candidates should include:
• Research Proposal, providing a brief outline of your ideas about possible avenues of inquiry using candidate survey data you would be interested in pursuing (not more than one A4 page or 400 words).
• Covering letter describing in detail your interest in and suitability for undertaking this project
• Degree transcripts (this may be an interim transcript if you are still studying)
• Two academic references*
*These may be provided directly from your referees if they would prefer and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the deadline of 20th March. Email subject should contain: applicant name + phrases “Reference” and “REA Application”