Two PhD studentships in Applied Social Research at University of Derby

Two PhD Studentships in Applied Social Research at University of Derby

The Social, Cultural and Legal Research (SCaLR) Centre at the University of Derby is offering two PhD studentships for the academic year 2019-2020.

The aim of SCALR is to promote effective social research focused on bringing progressive differences in society, policy and behaviour. The studentship is open to students from all around the world.

The successful applicant will get a stipend of £ 15,009 per year and the personal development budget of £ 1,000 per year for 3 years. For more detail about this position, you can see given valuable information.


To be eligible for this studentship, applicants must have a master’s degree. UK/EU and international students are eligible to apply for this opportunity.

How to Apply

In order to consider for this program, candidates must need to take part in PhD studentships at the university. Please visit the university’s admissions web pages to view all the instructions. After that, they can fill the application form and send it with a copy of your degree certificates & transcripts, copy of your research proposal, copy of your passport and your current visa/BRP by email to If you have any query then contact Professor Alex Nunn.

The last date of this application is June 16, 2019.

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