PhD Law / Overview
Year of entry: 2020
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- Degree awarded
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
- 3 years (full-time); 6 years (part-time)
- Entry requirements
The minimum entry requirements are:
- an Upper Second class honours degree with minimum grade averages of 65%(or overseas equivalent) in Law or a relevant discipline;
- a master's degree at merit level with overall average marks of 65% in taught modules and a minimum mark of 65% in the dissertation/research element (or overseas equivalent) and no mark below 55%, in Law or a relevant discipline, plus prior research training at postgraduate level.
The documents that applicants are required to submit to constitute a full application are outlined on our postgraduate research application page .
- How to apply
- Apply online
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- Immerse yourself in sustained, in-depth study into a specific topic.
- Stimulate real change while you work across our core fields in terms of both legal and policy issues.
- Join a community of established researchers and contribute to a diverse intellectual environment.
The University holds regular open days, where you will have the opportunity to tour the campus and find out more about our facilities and courses.
For more information, see Open Days .
For entry in the academic year beginning September 2020, the tuition fees are as follows:
UK/EU students (per annum): £4,407
International students (per annum): £19,000
UK/EU students (per annum): £2,203
International students (per annum): £9,500
Various funding opportunities are available to students applying for the three year PhD degree course. In addition to submitting the relevant scholarship application, you must submit the PhD application (deadlines apply). Please visit our School website for terms and conditions, or email email@example.com .
If you wish to be considered for funding available via the School or Research Council you must submit your complete programme application by 2 December 2019.
Please note that you are required to contact your referees (the School does not contact referees directly).
References may be uploaded with your other supporting documents during the application process or emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowships Plan (CSFP) General Scholarship
- School of Social Sciences - EPSRC DTP Studentships 2020
- School of Social Sciences - North West Doctoral Training Centre (NWSSDTP/ESRC) - Studentships - 2020
- School of Social Sciences - North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP) (AHRC) - 2020
- School of Social Sciences - China Scholarship Council Joint Scholarship for PhD Study 2020 (TO BE CONFIRMED)
- School of Social Sciences - Trudeau Doctoral Scholarships (2020/21)
- The John Rylands Research Institute Scholarship for Researchers from a Black British Background 2020-21
- School of Social Sciences - PhD Studentship with the Stuart Hall Foundation - September 2020
- School of Social Sciences - James Lincoln PhD Studentship - 2020
- School of Social Sciences - President's Doctoral Scholarship (PDS) 2020/2021
- School of Social Sciences
- Contact name
- Mrs Laura Littlewood
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- +44 (0)161 275 4724
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