Fully Funded PhD Positions Oxford Sociology 2016/17

08 March 2016

The Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford is Europe’s leading department in the study of a broad range of sociological research in social stratification and work, demography, education, health, family, political sociology, ethnicity and immigration, criminology, and social movements. The Department is dedicated to educating the next generation, with a variety of fully-funded scholarships to allow prospective students to work on their PhD (DPhil) free of charge and develop unsurpassed career perspectives.


To be eligible for admission for 2016/17 a student show hold a Master’s degree in sociology, demography, economics or another relevant field. 

For more information go to: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses/dphil-sociology

The application deadline is Friday March 11, 2016 (with later applications considered if places are still available).

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