The Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at LSE has a vibrant PhD programme. There are several Full Maintenance & Tuition Grants (covering both tuition fees and living expenses) available for students wishing to enter into the programme in autumn 2010. The deadline for application is 15 JANUARY 2010. Further information and details about how to apply can be found at: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/philosophyLogicAndScientificMethod/stud…
If you receive an offer from us, you will be automatically considered for any award for which you are eligible. If you would like an update on or to discuss your particular case, or would like to let us know you already have funding and so do not need to be considered for any award, please do email us at [email protected]
1. LSE Philosophy Scholarship
The Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics offers one full PhD Scholarship every year. The Scholarship covers tuition fees and living expenses of £13,000 each year for three years, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance. They are available both for Home UK/EU and Overseas students undertaking research in philosophy within the department.
2. LSE PhD Scholarships
The LSE offers a number of full scholarships for new PhD students. The scholarships cover fees and living expenses of £13,000 each year for three years. They are available for Home UK/EU and Overseas students undertaking research in any LSE discipline, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance at the School. Scholarships will be awarded on academic merit and research potential. Promising candidates will be put forward by the department for that Scholarship
3. AHRC Block Grants at LSE
The Arts and Humanities research Council (AHRC) offers two PhD scholarships for 2010 entry. Doctoral awards provide support for up to three years of full-time study, or up to five years of part-time study.
The AHRC has eligibility restrictions in place. The regulations state that to be eligible for a full award, the candidate must show that s/he has “a relevant connection with the UK, usually through residence”. This is commonly taken to mean that candidates fall in one of the following categories: (a) they are UK citizens; (b) they are EU citizens who have spent the last three years in the UK either in full time education, full time work, or part time study/work; (c) they are non-EU citizens who have spent the last three years in the UK in full time employment (but not as students). If you do not fall within either of these groups but believe you have a relevant connection to the UK it is worth checking with the AHRC whether they would consider your application.
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