Candidates with interests in the following areas are particularly encouraged to apply:
In all cases applicants should indicate how their proposed area of study contributes to issues in the research literature in science and technology studies and /or science and technology policy.
Studentships are awarded for three years and are to the value of full fees plus a monthly stipend towards living costs.
Successful candidates are offered an award conditional on their being accepted onto the doctoral degree course.
Complete applications should be sent to the DPhil Management Studies Admissions Office by 12 January.
At the same time as submitting an application candidates must register their interest in this funding with the James Martin Institute.
If short listed, candidates must be available for interview, preferably in person in Oxford, 19 February.
Please note that whilst candidates recommended for studentship funding will be advised soon after the interviews, final decisions on admission will not be ratified for communication to applicants until Friday 16 March.
Informal academic enquiries for the attention of Institute faculty may be addressed to Dr Sara Ward at sara.ward [at] sbs.ox.ac.uk.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.