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  • CEPMLP PhD Research Scholarship

    S107-1917

    • Fee Status

    • Country

    • Subject

      Energy Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy

    • Value

      £14,950 per year for 3 years

    • Level of Study

      PhD

    • Mode of Study

      Full-time

    • Start Date

      September 2017

    • Duration

      3 years

    • Helps With

      Tuition Fees

 

Eligibility

Since 2007 CEPMLP has offered research scholarships to support candidates reading for the degree of PhD. The scholarships are available for three years (subject to performance) and will cover full tuition fees.

Successful candidates will have access to all the resources of the PhD programme, including limited support for travel. Applications will be welcome in any area of current research interest to the Centre and applicants should complete an application form for admission as a research student to the University of Dundee indicating on the form that you are applying to CEPMLP as your academic department and indicating on the finance section of the form that you are applying for a CEPMLP scholarship. As part of the application process you will also need to include a 5-10 page summary of your research proposal, covering the research question, relevance, methodology to be applied and originality.

Further Information

Applicants are expected to hold a good first degree and Masters Degree in a relevant academic discipline(s). Applicants with a background in law, economics, finance and international relations are especially welcome.

All applicants must also send a 250 word personal statement stating your interest in the scholarship and why you feel you are a worthy recipient.  This should be sent to Linn McFarlane.

Applications must be received by 30th June 2017 and a decision will be made by 31st July with the successful candidate(s) expected to take up the scholarship from September 2017.

Contact Us

Any enquiries about the scholarship should be addressed to Linn McFarlane

How to Apply

Application form for admission can be found on the Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy course page.