|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||£15,700 for a maximum of three years (pro-rata for part-time students)|
|Placed On:||9th December 2021|
|Closes:||3rd February 2022|
Applications are invited for the Chrystal Macmillan PhD Scholarship, which is offered by the School of Social and Political Science to a new PhD student studying a field relevant to Chrystal Macmillan.
This is open to applicants working in the fields of:
The award will be open to new PhD students only.
Chrystal Macmillan was a pioneering campaigner for social justice. In 1896, she was the first woman to graduate from the University of Edinburgh in science, later converting to law, and becoming one of the first group of women to be called to the English bar in 1924.
She was a leading suffragist, campaigning for votes for women and equality of opportunity in other spheres. She was a prominent figure in the international women's movement, campaigning for peace and conflict resolution during the First World War, and was a delegate to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.
We have recognised these achievements by naming our School's building the Chrystal Macmillan Building and by establishing a PhD studentship in her name open to applicants working in the fields of social justice, gender and equality, human rights, and peace and conflict resolution.
This studentship is available only to students intending to commence PhD study in September 2022 and who are pursuing a PhD topic in one of the following fields: social justice, gender and equality, human rights, peace and conflict resolution.
Please note this award is only for PhD study, not for MSc by Research.
This scholarship covers:
Awards are made for one year in the first instance and are renewable for up to a further two years (pro-rata for part-time students), subject to satisfactory academic progress.
Application and Selection
How to apply
The closing date for this scholarship is Thursday 3 February 2022 at 23:59 GMT.
Ensure you visit the Important Information and Recommendations section before you apply.
The scholarship award application process involves two main applications:
Application for admission to a PhD research degree
Please note: you will only be able to apply for a scholarship after you have submitted an application to study.
The application to study must be submitted at least 10 working days prior to the scholarship application deadline. This allows your University Username (UUN eg s1234567) to be activated in time for you to submit your scholarship application before its deadline.
The application to study is made via the University's on-line applications system EUCLID.
Chrystal Macmillan Studentship application
Application to the Chrystal Macmillan Studentship is via the University's online scholarships application form located within the EUCLID applicant hub.
After submitting your application for your programme of study, you will receive a University Username (UUN) and access to MyEd where you can reach the scholarship application system.
Please note that applications for the Chrystal Macmillan PhD Scholarship are extremely competitive, and every year demand far outstrips supply.
The School selection panel will meet in Spring 2022, and results will be communicated to candidates by email shortly thereafter.
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