How to apply in Humanities - Exeter
Select the programme of study you would like to apply to
College of Social Sciences and International Studies. Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology Sociology, Science and Technology Studies (STS)
Obtain electronic copies of your degree transcripts/certificates
Obtain electronic copies of your English language proficiency documents, if required NOT NEEDED
Contact potential referee(s) to ask them to provide a reference to support your application MMM pedro and brigenti
Write your research proposal Done
Prepare your personal statement
Prepare your CV, if required
Submit an online application via the programme web page YES
Professor Michael Schillmeier Office Hours Fr 13-14 // Local de Córdoba: 10 am.
Your research proposal should be no longer than 1,000-1,250 words (3 or 4 sides of A4) and contain the following information:
You should also include:
You are very welcome to visit the department and talk to potential research supervisors and meet one of our current students. If you would like to do this please contact the Graduate Research Team with a selection of possible dates, your research interests, and any members of staff you would particularly like to meet.
Phone: +44(0) 1392 724490 Email: email@example.com
Scholarships for Third Country and European Students to undertake doctoral programmes (research and research training)
Action 1 allows PhD students to undertake a structured training programme adapted to their research areas as well as benefiting from research expertise and facilities of at least 2 European countries (sometimes also non-EU countries).
Summer schools, student conferences and other specialist training/meetings may also be included.
How to apply – A step-by-step guide:
For Action 1 and 2, eligible candidates must apply through individual programme websites. Once you are selected, you will be contacted by the lead university of the consortium (in the case of EMJD) or your host university (in the case of Action 2).