|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||Not Specified|
|Placed On:||5th October 2022|
|Closes:||20th January 2023|
SeNSS (South East Network for Social Sciences) is one of only 14 UK ESRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnerships and will be offering a number of full-funded ESRC doctoral studentships to start in September 2023.
The University of Kent will offer ESRC SeNSS studentships in the following subject pathways:
This award is open to both UK residents and international (this includes EU national) candidates.
SeNSS provides innovative and challenging world-class doctoral training in a dynamic, interdisciplinary research environment. You will gain interdisciplinary, international, and collaborative networking opportunities by joining the large cohort of fellow SeNSS students and academics.
Fully-funded SeNSS Studentships include:
Find out more about eligibility and criteria on our Kent SeNSS page.
How to apply
New students wishing to be considered for ESRC SeNSS funding must apply for a PhD place at the University of Kent by 20 January 2023. You will also need to complete a SeNSS HEIApply application. Applicants that have not applied for a PhD place at Kent by Friday 20 January will not be considered at the University of Kent.
Note: You must have a supporting statement from a potential supervisor when submitting your Kent application.
Join an inspiring global academic research community, be inspired as well as challenged to push the boundaries of current thinking and research.
The Kent website includes a Find a Supervisor search tool within the Research/PhD section of the site.
The University of Kent is proud to be part of SeNSS, a prestigious ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership. Our partners include City, Goldsmiths and Royal Holloway, all part of the University of London; the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Reading, Roehampton, Surrey and Sussex.
Full details of all Kent’s multimillion-pound postgraduate scholarships can be found here.
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