Fully-Funded PhD Scholarship to study Criminology or Law at Swansea University

Fully-Funded PhD Scholarship to study Criminology or Law at Swansea University

Swansea University is the third largest university in Wales as per student enrolment. Its Medicine department is one of the best in the world. They have partnered with many different prestigious international universities like Rice University and University of the Gambia.

Host Country: Swansea, Wales, the United Kingdom

Host University: Swansea University (Criminology, Law)

Name of the scholarship: ESRC Wales Doctoral Scholarship 

Number of Awards: Not specified

Degree Level: PhD


  • A fully-funded Wales DTP studentship is available to both UK and international (including EU and EEA) students. All applicants will be eligible for a full award consisting of a maintenance stipend and payment of tuition fees at the UK research organisation rate. Applicants must satisfy studentship eligibility requirements. 
  • For further details, please see the UKRI website. 
  • Successful international student applicants will receive a fully-funded Wales DTP studentship and will not be charged the fees difference between the UK and international rates. 

Check the application link for further details.


  • ESRC studentships are highly competitive. Candidates should have an excellent background in the social sciences, holding a first- or strong upper-second-class degree, or equivalent recognised by Swansea University (please consult https://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/apply/entry-requirements/).
  • Applications from those also holding a relevant research training master’s degree (or an equivalent background in research training) will be considered for a ‘+3’ /PhD award. Heath Data Science, Psychology, or related discipline is acceptable. Training in statistics can be provided. 

Check the application link for further details.

Application Deadline: 8 February 2023

Application Link: 

Interested applicants can check this link for details - https://cutt.ly/o9sKk6m

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