The School of History, Politics and International Relations currently has several funded PhD opportunities. For more information and to apply, please click the relevant link below. Please note, you may need to click further links to access the specific details.
Future 50 PhD Scholarships - College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
The University of Leicester is investing £5.45m in 50 Doctoral Scholarships for entry in autumn 2023 as part of its ambition to deliver on its strategic aim to ‘nurture the next generation of researchers to become world-leaders in their field’. 11 scholarships will be distributed through the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities. Below you will find project proposals from supervisors within the School of History, Politics and International Relations.
- Dr Myriam Fotou
- Dr Vikram Visana
- Ref: HYPIR Visana
- Project: Hindu Nationalism and Populist Internationalism
Find out more about the Future 50 PhD Scholarships within the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities here:
4 x 4 Year PhD -Minority Ethnic Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Studentships
Open to UK candidates who self-identify as Minority Ethnic (*see full criteria in the Eligibility section)
The University of Leicester’s College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities is committed to enhancing the opportunities for Minority Ethnic applicants in its research postgraduate cohorts, supporting Minority Ethnic students to progress into academia as a career and thereby increasing the representation of Minority Ethnic staff within the College, leading to an increase in the ethnic diversity of our workforce.
The College is therefore seeking applications for our Minority Ethnic GTA studentship scheme. Find out more about the Minority Ethnic GTA Studentships scheme here: