For the academic year beginning 1 February 2019 we are inviting applications for a number of full-time funded PhD studentships.
The studentships are based at the Milton Keynes campus and students are normally expected to live within commuting distance of Milton Keynes. The studentships cover tuition fees, a generous research training support grant and a stipend (circa £14,533 per annum) for 36 months.
In order to be considered for a funded studentship your application should preferably be based on an advertised project. Examples of projects recently advertised are listed further below.
Applications must include the following:
Applicants for the PhD programme should have minimum qualifications of an upper second class honours degree 2:1 (or an equivalent) and usually a specialist masters in a subject relevant to the intended study with a strong research element.
If your first language is not English, you will need to verify your competence in the English Language in all four elements (reading, writing, listening and speaking). The University requires a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in any of the four categories (or approved equivalent). You should have your level of proficiency certified through a provider approved by UK Visas and Immigration and provide your certificate and grade with your application.
We also welcome full-time and part-time self-funded applications in topics in law, dependent on supervision availability.
The deadline for applications is 5pm GMT on Monday 8th October 2018.
Interviews will form part of the selection process and will be held on 17th, 18th or 23rd October in person (or via web conference if required). PhD candidates are expected to give a 15 minute presentation about their proposal, followed by a question and answer session.
PhD project titles we are offering are listed below and you can find out more by clicking on the individual links:
If you would like to find out more about research projects in business/management, please visit our sister Open University Business School website.
If you have any questions regarding our PhD studentships or about studying with The Open University Law School, please contact email@example.com
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