Applicants are invited for PhD research in any area of political science and international relations, as well as in law beginning in the academic year 2016/2017. In politics, we particularly welcome applications in most areas of Comparative Politics including Area Studies, Irish Politics, International Relations, particularly in Conflict and in Terrorism Studies, International and Comparative Political Economy, Gender in Politics, and International Development, among other things. In law, we welcome applications in Public International Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights, Constitutional and EU Law, Medical and Healthcare Law, inter alia.
The School operates a full-time four-year PhD programme with a range of taught courses in the first year and further professional training offered in other years. As well as a tax-free stipend, we may support our students with limited funding for conference and research travel. The School also gives its PhD students opportunities to teach courses.
For more information see: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ANK098/phd-studentships-in-politics-and-international-relations-and-in-law/