Three Fully Funded Lancaster University PhD Scholarships

In 2018/19 the Lancaster University is offering three exciting PhD scholarships that include all tuition fees and a contribution of £15,000 towards maintenance costs. You will be joining a community of world-class academics who are passionate about their work and carry out cutting edge research.

One scholarship is available in each of the following three subjects and applications are welcome from UK, EU and overseas students.

 

The Cold War in Global Perspectives

The Department of History invites applications for a PhD in History focused on exploring the Cold War in global perspectives. Particular themes could include post-colonial security issues, such as defence and/or military assistance relations between the superpowers, the former metropoles or other West European countries and African states, conflicts, human rights or peacekeeping. We would particularly welcome applications which avoid a Eurocentric perspective.

AR6711-N. Dinner in Honor of President Kennedy, Given by Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Prime Minister of Nigeria
Credit: Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

Family Justice

Located within the Centre for Child and Family Justice Research, which is co-hosted by the Department of Sociology and the Lancaster Law School, in the Department of Sociology, this project offers an exceptional learning opportunity. The project will be linked to the work the Centre is currently undertaking to establish the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory for England and Wales. In addition, our collaborating partner is the leading national practice organisation: the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service(Cafcass).

Woman with young child and baby

Phonetics

This is an exciting opportunity to work in the Department that is 15th in the QS World rankings for Linguistics. Based in the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University, you will study the dynamics of speech production, using novel methods to track the movement of the tongue and lips during speech (e.g. ultrasound tongue imaging, electromagnetic articulography).

Phonetics lab in Linguistics

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