School of Law PhD Studentships, Queen Mary University of London
The School of Law at Queen Mary University of London is offering a number of PhD Studentship Awards. To be eligible, you must submit a research proposal relevant to an area of law that the School of Law possesses academic expertise in, and thus can offer doctoral supervision in. The School of Law is comprised of two departments, the Department of Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies.
The deadline for Studentship applications to the School of Law is Monday 7 December 2015. You must have completed both the main PhD application process, and submitted all your supporting documents, by this date.
There is a section within the PhD online application form labelled ‘Funding’. To notify us that you wish to apply for our Studentship award you will need to respond to the question: ‘How do you intend to finance your studies at Queen Mary?’ by stating ‘I am a School of Law Studentship applicant’. Then in response to the next question: ‘Please give details of any scholarships or grants you are applying for or have already secured’, you should specifically state that you wish to apply for a School of Law Studentship.
Without this notification, you will not be considered as a funding applicant. You will be treated as an applicant to our PhD programme only.
If you want to apply for Studentship funding and have already submitted your main application (without indicating that you wish to be considered for one of our funding awards) you must contact Mr Gareth Skehan, PhD Admissions Administrator, before the deadline by email on email@example.com, and state the award that you want to apply for. Without this specific email notification you will not be considered for Studentship funding.
Submitting your PhD online application
Only applicants who have completed the online application process to the PhD programme prior to the funding submission deadline will be considered for funding. For more details read the Entry Requirements and How to Apply section of the PhD programme page.