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Political Studies Association launches new ‘Diverse Voices’ PhD Scholarships 2022/23

The Political Studies Association (PSA) has now launched this new initiative to support black and minority ethnic scholars currently undertaking PhD study in politics and international relations:

DIVERSE VOICES PHD SCHOLARSHIPS 2022 – NOW OPEN TO APPLICATIONS | The Political Studies Association (PSA)

The PSA is looking to award three Diverse Voices Scholarships in 2022 to students who meet both the following criteria:

  • A PhD student (in their second or final year) affiliated to a UK Higher Education Institution; and,
  • Those self-identified as Black British, Asian British, or minority ethnic UK permanent residents. 

The Diverse Voices Scholars will benefit, for one year, from:

  • Free PSA Membership
  • All expenses covered attendance at the PSA’s Annual Conference (PSA23)
  • Networking opportunities during the PSA events and with PSA Executive Committee members
  • Mentoring (especially on academic publishing)
  • Up to £500 pounds to cover research-related expenses.

The application deadline is 17 June 2022 and more information about the initiative and how to apply can be found via the weblink above.

By UBEL Doctoral Training Partnership

The UCL, Bloomsbury and East London Doctoral Training Partnership is an ESRC-funded organisation which brings together five leading Social Science institutions.