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Sanctuary Research Scholarships

How many awards are there and what is their value?

There are two scholarships to be awarded, each funding full tuition fees at the Home/EU rate and a UKRI level stipend of £15,285 full time award holders in 2021/22.

How do applicants apply?

Applicants will need to submit an application form by 1st March 2021.

How many nominations per department?

The Doctoral College will circulate submitted applications to departments after the closing date. Departments will then have until 26th March 2021 to nominate applications to be considered, including a nomination statement for each application put forward. There is no limit to the number of nominations for this competition, we welcome applications from departments where they strongly support the applicant. Results will be communicated to successful applicants in April 2021.

How do I nominate a candidate?

Your department's designated nominator(s) will be contacted by the Doctoral College with the relevant information. These scholarships will be awarded to students of any nationality who hold one of the following statuses as granted by the UK government:

  • Asylum Seeker
  • ‘Humanitarian Protection’ as a result of an asylum seeker application
  • Indefinite and Definite Leave to Remain as a result of an asylum seeker application
  • Refugee Status who have been assessed as paying overseas fees only.

DEADLINE - CLOSED

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Midlands Graduate School Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) ESRC Studentships for entry October 2022

The Midlands Graduate School DTP Studentships competition is open for entry in October 2022. Details of studentships for entry in October 2022 are available from the Midlands Graduate School DTP website. ESRC-funded studentships are available for outstanding home/EU PhD applicants. Eligible applicants to the IER MPhil/PhD in Employment Research are invited to apply for one of these scholarships within the Warwick Management and Business pathway of the DTP. If you are considering applying for the MPhil/PhD in Employment Research programme and also wish to apply for an ESRC Studentship please read our further information and details about how to apply carefully and email any questions to ierphd at warwick dot ac dot uk.

DEADLINE FOR OCTOBER 2022 APPLICATIONS: 18TH JANUARY 2022

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Chancellor's International Scholarships for entry October 2021

The University of Warwick Chancellor's International Scholarship Competition Chancellors' International Scholarship for entry in October 2021. Details of the competition for entry in October 2021 will be available from the Warwick Doctoral College from August/September 2020. The scholarships are highly competitive and are available for ourstanding overseas PhD applicants. The closing date for applications is usually early January in the intended year of entry. If you are considering applying to the MPhil/PhD in Employment Research programme and also wish to apply for the Chancellor's International Scholarship please email Dr Sally-Anne Barnes, Sally-Anne dot Barnes at warwick dot ac dot uk cc'd to ierphd at warwick dot ac dot uk attaching a CV and your research proposal BEFORE submitting your application form so that we can advise and support you.

CLOSED FOR OCTOBER 2021 APPLICATIONS

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IER Scholarships

On occasion, IER is able to offer a limited number of scholarships to exceptional candidates for the MPhil/PhD in Employment Research.

There are currently no scholarships opportunities available at IER, but if any become available information will be posted on this page. If interested, please contact IER PhD Administrative Officer ierphd at warwick dot ac dot uk.

Other Scholarships

Further information on scholarships for postgraduate study is available on the Doctoral College and International Office website.