- UK/EU/International: UK and EU
- Type of project: Funding schemes
- Value: The value of the award is equivalent to the cost of Home/EU Rated course fees for 2018-19.
- Number of awards: One
- Deadline: 1 June 2018
The School of Law invites applications for the William Harrison Graduate Research Scholarship from suitably qualified persons who wish to commence postgraduate research studies in the academic year 2018-2019.
The School will offer one William Harrison Graduate Research Scholarship to a PhD candidate commencing their studies in October 2018 The award is open to full-time or part-time students (UK/EU) who have been offered a place on a PhD with the School of Law. The value of the award is equivalent to the cost of Home/EU Rated course fees for 2018-19. International students are not eligible for this award.
- One scholarship is available for the academic year 2018-19. The award must be taken up for a start date of October 2018 and cannot be carried forward with a deferred offer.
- The scholarship will take the form of a tuition fee reduction, the amount of which is equivalent to the full value of UK/EU fees. The scholarship may be held in conjunction with a research and teaching scholarship, which will provide for maintenance.
- The scholarship will be awarded to the most academically outstanding candidate wishing to study full-time or part-time for a PhD. The award may be renewed on an annual basis to a maximum of three years (five years PT). Renewal is subject to proof of satisfactory academic progression.
- The William Harrison Graduate Research Scholarship cannot be held in addition to the Postgraduate Alumni Scholarship.
- Candidates must not already hold a doctorate or equivalent. The scholarship will only be awarded once the offer of the academic place has been confirmed.
- The successful candidate will be advised in writing as soon as possible after the scholarship committee has met.
The scholarship will be awarded to the most academically outstanding candidate wishing to study full-time or part-time for a PhD.