The University of Manchester’s School of Social Sciences provides the Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship award at the University of Manchester commencing in September 2021.
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The Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship award will be granted to one candidate in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester for a PhD commencing in September 2021 and will provide fees and an allowance. The scholarship award can be held in any of the eight Departments in the School of Social Sciences. It is required that the award beneficiary will be working in an interdisciplinary field of study concentrated on one of Stuart Hall’s various areas of interest: race, cultural studies, ethnicity and inequalities.
Motivated by the life and endeavours of Professor Stuart Hall, the Stuart Hall Foundation looks to back new generations of creative intellectuals and incite original thinking, debate and research. The Foundation looks to elucidate connections between politics, culture and society and question the status quo.
Worth of Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship
- Tuition fees for 3 years
- A yearly maintenance allowance (£15, 285 in 2020/1, precise rate for 2021/22 subject to verification from UKRI).
Eligibility for Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship at University of Manchester
This funding is obtainable to candidates undergoing study in:
- Social Anthropology
- Social Statistics
- Candidates are required to possess a First Class or Upper Second Class Bachelor Honours UK degree and/or a Master’s degree program (or foreign equivalent) at least a merit, with a minimum overall average of 65%, comprising 65% in dissertation and no mark less than 55%) in a social science course.
- This funding is obtainable to all nationalities.
- Candidates are required to possess an offer of study at The University of Manchester before putting in for this funding.
How to Apply for Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship
Candidates for the Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship at University of Manchester in UK are required to first hand in a finished on-line PhD application by the following dates:
- 1 December – Sociology, Politics, Social Statistics, Social Anthropology, Law, Criminology
- 8 January – Economics
- 11 January – Philosophy
- To be given consideration for the Stuart Hall Foundation PhD, applicants have to also hand in a separate studentship application form
Academic distinction and alignment of research proposal with Stuart Hall Foundation fields of interest;
- cultural studies
The application closing date for Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Studentship at University of Manchester in the UK is on March 1, 2021, for submission of Stuart Hall Studentship PhD Studentship at University of Manchester application form after a successful PhD application.
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