PhD Studentships in Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law
Founded in 2009, CISRUL studies the application of political ideas globally. The Centre draws on expertise across disciplines to examine how political principles function within and beyond the contemporary West. Concepts such as ‘citizenship’, ‘civil society’, and the ‘rule of law’ are used as often by policy makers as by scholars. Core to CISRUL’s mission is informing academic and public debate on how they are used, and to what effect.
- Applicants from the following study field are eligible to apply, anthropology, cultural and literary studies, history, legal theory and socio-legal studies, philosophy, politics, religious studies, sociology and theology;
- Note that applicants must hold or be close to completing a postgraduate Masters degree in a relevant field.
- The studentships will include home/overseas fees and a full stipend of £14,539 per annum;
- The holders will reside in Aberdeen during the studentship period, except for periods of research and conference travel.
How to Apply?
Give your application reference and your name in the research proposal, and state that you are applying for a PhD studentship from the Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law. If you are also applying for an Elphinstone studentship, make it clear how your proposal is relevant to this programme, too.
Other supporting documents you must also upload evidence of the following:
- Degree certificate;
- Academic transcript;
- Two letters of reference; and
- Proof of English proficiency if you are not a native speaker.
For enquiries, please contact Lisa Baxter (email@example.com) in the first instance.