Workshop: How to Write a Proposal for PhD and Funding


How to Write a Proposal for PhD and Funding
Tuesday, 10 December , 10am-1pm

The School of Law at the University of Reading is hosting a workshop designed to assist
prospective Law School PhD applicants in writing research proposals for entry to
doctoral programmes and for studentship funding.
This is a small group workshop and places are limited. To apply for a place please send a
draft research proposal (400–600 words), a CV, and a short statement outlining your
PhD and career plans to the Law School’s PGR Director, Dr Ioannis Glinavos:

Closing date for applications: 01.12.2013 Selected candidates will be notified by email.
Applicants with interests in the following areas are especially welcome: Competition
Law, Energy Law, Law and Economics, Criminal Justice & Criminology, European Law,
Family Law, Human Rights, Legal History, Media Law, Medical Law, Terrorism &
Security, Gender & Sexuality, Race-Religion & Law.

The School of Law at Reading is consistently ranked among the top UK Law Schools
for teaching and research. A range of University of Reading and externally funded
studentships are open to the School’s PhD candidates.

For inquiries, contact:
Dr Ioannis Glinavos

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