The School of Law, University of Manchester offers a number of Graduate Scholarships for research degrees beginning in 2017-2018 for all new students both overseas and home/EU students in all research areas within the School. These awards cover tuition fees at EU/Home student rate and provide a maintenance stipend equivalent to that of the RCUK studentships £14,296 for 2017/18.
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Students whose first language is not English are required to hold a minimum overall score of 7 in the IELTS test with 7 in writing and no subsection below 6.5, or an equivalent score in the IBT- TOEFL, PEARSON, or Cambridge CAE.
Scholarships are available for pursuing PhD programme in all research areas within the School of Law.
Worth of Award
These awards cover tuition fees at EU/Home student rate and provide a maintenance stipend equivalent to that of the RCUK studentships £14,296 for 2017/18.
Available to UK, EU and international students who have accepted a place on one of University’s PhD programmes
Scholarships are open to UK, EU and international students.
How to Apply
Completed application forms should be submitted electronically. The following must be enclosed:
- Two academic references
- Photocopies of official transcripts and certificates from your previous degree courses
- Research Proposal – View our research proposal guidelines (PDF, opens in a new window)
- A sample of written work – 2000-5000 words (Bioethics only)
- A copy of passport (if you will need a visa to study here)
- A copy of CV
- Evidence of English language ability* (if English is not your first language); either IELTS or TOEFL.
Deadline: The application deadline is March 10, 2017. Students must have already submitted a full application for a place on the PhD programme by February 10, 2017 for their application to be considered.