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Patrick Hayden commented on Patrick Hayden's blog post University of St Andrews PhD Scholarships
"Unfortunately the School of IR currently is unable to offer scholarships for our taught masters programmes.  However you may wish to consult the University's main scholarships webpage to see whether any other opportunities are available:…"
Dec 12, 2012
Niyoyita Daniel commented on Patrick Hayden's blog post University of St Andrews PhD Scholarships
"I would like to ask if there will not be some scholarships of masters degree,If any; plz inform me"
Dec 12, 2012
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University of St Andrews PhD Scholarships

The School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews is delighted to announce that it will offer up to five new PhD scholarships for outstanding candidates, starting in September 2013.  Applications from candidates working on topics in international and global ethics are most welcome. New PhD Funding Opportunity:  600th Anniversary Scholarships The University of St Andrews has announced a new prestigious PhD scholarship scheme. As part of the scheme, the School of…See More
Dec 11, 2012
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Ethics, Globalization, Health, Human Rights, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Reconciliation
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My teaching and research interests fall broadly within international political theory, with special interests in topics relating to human rights, international ethics, global justice, genocide studies, and globalization. I would hope that the GEN will facilitate developing my interests shared with other scholars and practitioners globally.

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University of St Andrews PhD Scholarships

Posted on December 11, 2012 at 2:13pm 2 Comments

The School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews is delighted to announce that it will offer up to five new PhD scholarships for outstanding candidates, starting in September 2013.  Applications from candidates working on topics in international and global ethics are most welcome.





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