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PhD scholarship

From: Kevin
Sent on: Wednesday, June 3, 2009 8:47 AM
Not sure why this came so late, but just in case:

 'William Wilberforce PhD Scholarship: Crime, Justice and Human Rights'

From: Joel Quirk [[address removed]]


Applications are invited from well-qualified graduates to pursue a PhD programme in the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at the University of Hull, on a topic of their own devising which relates to the broad theme of crime, justice and human rights. The scholarship is named after William Wilberforce who was MP for Hull and whose Bill in parliament brought to an end the British Slave Trade.

This full-time PhD Scholarship will include fees at the 'home/EU' student rate and maintenance (?13,290 in 2009/10) for three years, depending on satisfactory progress. Funding for conference attendance will also be available. <> < <> >

The application form is available at: <>  < <> >   This is form (which has a 'Wilberforce Scholarship' stamp in the top right hand corner of the first page) is purely for the Scholarship.  Please complete it even if you have already applied for admission or even been accepted onto a research programme in the Department.

This is an open competition, and the scholarship may be held in any one of our departments, across departmental boundaries, or in any of our interdisciplinary research groupings. Our departments include: Drama & Music, English, History, Humanities, Law (including a centre for Restorative Justice), Modern Languages, Politics & International Studies, and Social Sciences (which includes Criminology and Sociology). Our interdisciplinary research groupings include the Institute for Applied Ethics, the Larkin Centre for Poetry & Creative Writing, the Anthony Minghella Institute for Creativity & Innovation and the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery & Emancipation.

The successful applicant will research an aspect of the relationship between crime, justice and human rights. Applicants are advised to familiarize themselves with the research interests and expertise of scholars in the Faculty. For details of other scholarships, click on <>  < <> >

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