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Beasiswa di Kent Law School (KLS) Inggris, 2013- 2014

21.1.13 |

50th Anniversary PhD Studentships 2013
University of Kent -Kent Law School

Kent Law School (KLS) invites applications for full time research
studentships leading to the degree of PhD commencing in September
2013. These studentships are being awarded in celebration of the
University’s 50th anniversary. The funding for these studentships will
be available for one year in the first instance, and extended for a
second and then a third year providing verifiable progress has been
made (in teaching and research).

Successful applicants for the studentships will receive a maintenance
grant equivalent to that offered by the ESRC (£13,590 in 2012/13) and
a fee grant which will fully cover tuition fees, whether paid at the
home/EU rate (£3,828 in 2012/13) or at the overseas rate (£11,625 in
2012/13). Those awarded a studentship may be expected to do some
teaching on an undergraduate law module, at the direction of the Head
of School.

Research at Kent
Kent Law School was ranked the 6th best law school in the UK in the
2008 Research Assessment Exercise. It enjoys a pluralistic
intellectual environment for research, where theoretical and empirical
work, critical legal scholarship and interdisciplinary studies all
flourish alongside traditional legal research. Research
specialisations of our staff can be found at
http://www.kent.ac.uk/law/people/staff/academic_index.html.

KLS hosts a lively postgraduate research community. Some funding is
available for PhD students, including those without studentships, to
attend conferences and present their research. Students receive
substantive research training, through a research methods module for
all first year students, and further opportunities to engage with
critical scholarship through weekly postgraduate study groups, and
several student-led reading groups.

Eligibility Criteria
Applicants should normally have obtained, or be about to obtain an
undergraduate degree of at least Upper Second Class Honours level (2:1
or equivalent from other countries), or a postgraduate degree.

It would be an advantage for applicants to demonstrate how their
research will contribute to existing debates in their field, as well
as how the candidate will contribute to our vibrant postgraduate
community. We particularly welcome research proposals in socio-legal
and critical legal studies, and encourage applicants to reflect on the
methodology of their research from a theoretically informed
perspective.

How to Apply
Applications must be made electronically via the Apply button below.
Along with their application, candidates must supply a research
proposal not exceeding 1500 words.

Candidates must also complete a KLS PG Funding Application form
available at http://www.kent.ac.uk/law/postgraduate/pg-downloads/fundingapplication.doc
which should be emailed to klspgfunding@kent.ac.uk along with a sample
of their written work (not exceeding 5,000 words).

It is expected that shortlisting will take place in March 2013 and
interviews will take place in the week beginning 2nd April 2013.
Candidates invited for interview will be notified in the week
beginning 25th March 2013.

Informal enquiries may be directed to:
Ms Maria Drakopoulou, Director of Postgraduate Research, Kent Law
School, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NS

Telephone 01227 827949, e-mail m.drakopoulou@kent.ac.uk

We will hold a PGR Open Day on 16th January (please contact Maria
Drakopoulou for information)

Closing Date: Friday 22nd February 2012

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