PhD Studentships 2012
University College Cork – Faculty of Law
The Faculty of Law at University College Cork, Ireland is recognised as one of the University’s centres of excellence in research and teaching. It is home to 46 full-time and part-time teaching and research staff. It has an outstanding record of research and publication, a strong and vibrant research culture and has been the recipient of numerous major national and international grants and awards.
Based on applications received for the PhD programme by 29th June 2012, the Law Faculty at University College Cork will be offering a limited number of studentships to support full-time PhD studies in the Faculty. These will be valued from €12,000 to €15,000 per annum (including fees). The studentships are tenable for up to 3 years, although renewal each year is contingent on demonstration of adequate progress. Holders will be required to deliver tutorials to undergraduate students, and to apply to any external scholarship schemes relevant to their research project (e.g. IRCHSS). For further information see http://www.ucc.ie/en/lawsite/study/postgrad/ResearchProgrammes/ScholarshipsFunding/
All applicants wishing to commence in September 2012 must apply by the closing date of 29th June 2012. A detailed research proposal is required for all applications, and students are advised to make contact with a potential research supervisor in advance of applying. For application details please click on Apply Online below.
Application queries should be directed to Veronica Calnan, Postgraduate Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Academic queries should be directed to the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr Fiona Donson (email@example.com).