The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology enjoys continuing high levels of success through the three pathways within the school: Human Geography, Sociology and Politics & International Relations.
The advert details the Doctoral Training Centre application process for the 2015/16 cycle.
Applicants can be submitted to one of three pathways through the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology;
For ESRC DTC studentships relating to an Iberian and/or Latin American focus please refer to these MA and PhD funding opportunities.
Newcastle University research institutes may also advertise specific bursaries and scholarship funding opportunities.
The competition is now closed. Details of the entry 2016 competition will be released towards the end of the year.
International students will only be eligible for an ESRC award if they have a relevant connection with the UK. A relevant connection may be established if:
*Ordinarily resident is defined as a ‘habitual and normal residence from choice and for a settled purpose throughout the prescribed period, apart from temporary or occasional absences of the applicant, their spouse, civil partner or parent’.
Following the Bidar Judgement in 2005, EU nationals who have been resident in the UK for three years immediately preceding the date of an award, including for purposes of full time education, are now eligible for a full grant. Check the ESRC website for more details: .Guidance for applicants | ESRC | The Economic and Social Research Council