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Faculty announces new PhD Studentship supported by Hogan Lovells

23rd Nov, 2017 / Authorities & Faculties, News

The Faculty of Law is offering one Studentship, tenable for three years subject to satisfactory academic progress, for a new PhD student commencing full-time doctoral research on an aspect of English private law in 2018/19. The value of the Studentship will be up to the value of the applicable fees for a Home UK/EU or Overseas student, plus the applicable rate of maintenance. The Studentship shall be awarded on the basis of academic merit and research potential and the Faculty may give preference to those who confirm at the time of their application for the Studentship that it is their present intention to pursue an academic career which will include the teaching of English private law.

Candidates wishing to be considered for this Studentship should apply for admission to the PhD by the course closing date of 6 December 2017 and return the studentship application form to phdadmissions@law.cam.ac.uk by the studentship closing date of 28 February 2018.

For other Studentship opportunities, see the Research Student funding page.

Contributor: Cambridge University (Faculty of Law)

Website: www.law.cam.ac.uk

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