The Centre for Global Security Challenges in the School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Leeds brings together scholars, practitioners and activists for the conceptual, empirical, and critical analysis of global security and insecurity. With six research themes including political violence, health, gender, environment and peace and conflict and a large postgraduate community, the Centre provides a lively and inclusive space for engaged scholarship in international politics and security animated by our commitment to student education and researcher training and development. Further information here:
We invite applications from motivated students with PhD proposals reflecting our areas of expertise in advance of upcoming scholarship deadlines.
Information on how to apply is here: https://essl.leeds.ac.uk/politics-research-degrees/doc/apply-2
We are able to support candidates for both University-funded Leeds Doctoral Scholarships (UK only) and the School’s own Politics of Global Challenges Doctoral Scholarships (UK and International):
Please direct informal queries to Dr Laura Considine firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Jack Holland email@example.com