Το 2021, το London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) θα προσφέρει υποτροφίες σε νέους υποψήφιους διδάκτορες, μέσω των LSE ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) DTP Studentships (δίνονται τουλάχιστον 30 υποτροφίες κάθε έτος) και των LSE PhD Studentships. Οι υποτροφίες καλύπτουν το σύνολο των διδάκτρων καθώς και ετήσια αμοιβή ύψους περίπου £17,000 - 18,000.
Δείτε παρακάτω όλες τις πληροφορίες για τις υποτροφίες στα αγγλικά.
LSE PhD Studentships
How to apply
Academic departments nominate students for consideration by a School panel for all PhD funding opportunities they may be eligible for. There is no separate application for any of these studentships.
To be considered for this funding, you must submit your complete application for admission to LSE by a specific date. This date differs by academic department. Refer to the individual programme page for the relevant deadline information. Find your graduate programme.
- deadline for Economics, Geography and Environment and Mathematics for 2021 entry (including PhD Studentships and ESRC funding): 17 December 2020
- funding deadline for first round of PhD Studentships and for ESRC funding for 2021 entry: 14 January 2021
- funding deadline for second round of PhD Studentships deadline for 2021 entry (some departments only): 29 April 2021
LSE has an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) and has about 30 ESRC studentships per year for a number of programmes across 19 departments. Students of all nationalities are eligible for ESRC funding.
ESRC Studentships are available for a number of programmes. Individual programme entries detail which programmes are eligible for ESRC funding. Find your graduate programme.
A minimum of 30 studentships are awarded each year. Students of all nationalities are eligible for ESRC funding (although there is a cap on the number of studentships that can be awarded to international students).
Depending on the programme of study, ESRC Studentships will cover a one year's research training master's linked to a three year PhD, a two-year MRes linked to two years of study, or a three-year PhD programme. Find out more about these different award types.
ESRC Studentships cover full fees (for International students, LSE will cover the difference between UK and overseas fees) and an annual stipend, which for 2020 entry was £17,285.
There is additional DTP funding available for ESRC funded students to support difficult language training, field work, overseas institutional visits and collaborative research activities.
How to apply
Applications for ESRC funding for MSc or MRes programmes linked to a PhD (1+3 or 2+2)
The 1+3 or 2+2 scheme provides funding for a one- or two-year research training master's (MSc or MRes) linked to a PhD programme and is designed for students who have not already completed an ESRC recognised programme of research training.
If you would like to be considered for this, you should submit an application for the relevant MSc or MRes programme, including a research proposal for the PhD element of the programme (but check whether the programme you are applying for has specific instructions about this). You must also indicate your wish to be considered for 1+3 or 2+2 funding in your personal statement.
There is no separate application for the studentship as such, but you must submit your application for the MSc or MRes programme by a specific deadline (see below).
Applications for ESRC funding for direct entry to an MPhil/PhD programme (+3)
There is no separate application for the studentship as such, but you must submit your application for the MPhil/PhD programme by a specific deadline( see below)
- deadline for programmes in the Departments of Economics and Geography and Environment for 2021 entry (including PhD Studentships and ESRC funding): 17 December 2020
- deadline for all other departments for 2021 entry: 14 January 2021
The ESRC are keen to see students involved in collaboration with non-academic partners (charities, private sector, public sector) and if you have an existing involvement with an organisation which might support your research and might benefit from your work, you should flag this up on your application.
For 2021 entry LSE has a collaborative studentship avaliable in the Methodolgy Department with non-academic partner is Kantar Public UK Division.
More information on this collaboration here.