£16,553 p.a. Stipend PhD studentship in public policy and design thinking with King’s College London and the University of the Arts London:
King’s is home to the Policy Institute, which aims to bring together the experience and expertise of practitioners and academic policy analysts. UAL is home to the Innovation Insights Hub, which provides a unique context for students to explore, develop and assess the intersections between design and policy.
About the PhD
This PhD studentship will be offered on a full-time basis for 3 years or a part-time basis for 6 years. However, priority will be given to applicants seeking to enrol on a full-time programme of study. One studentship is currently available.
The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by researchers from both King’s and UAL, and will have access to PhD training and development combining the strengths of two very different institutions including their researchers, PhD students, events, networks and visiting fellows.
We invite candidates to apply to conduct research on topics that involve the analysis of policy making approaches, such as:
All applicants must:
Who should apply
Applicants with a Master’s qualification in any field will be considered, but applications would be particularly welcome from candidates with backgrounds in politics, behavioural science, sociology and/or psychology.
Experience of policy making or policy contexts is not necessary but may be an advantage, and a clear interest in and understanding of one or more policy areas would be a strength.
How to apply
Some or all of the PhD opportunities in this programme have funding attached. It is available to citizens of a number of European countries (including the UK). In most cases this will include all EU nationals. However full funding may not be available to all applicants and you should read the full programme details for further information.
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