Prospective candidates can contact the pathway leader or team members for further information.
See table below for training routes and institutions available for this pathway.
ESRC studentships at the UBEL DTP are structured around the following routes: 1+3, +3, 2+3 and +4 funding. Please note that not all routes are available in all institutions or pathways. Click here for further information on funding routes.
|Science, Technology, Prosperity and Innovation||UCL||Science and Technology Studies||x||x|
|Science, Technology, Prosperity and Innovation||UCL||Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP)||x|
|Science, Technology, Prosperity and Innovation||UCL||Global Prosperity||x||x|
|Science, Technology, Prosperity and Innovation||UCL||Innovation and Public Policy||x||x|
|Science, Technology, Prosperity and Innovation||Birkbeck||Entrepreneurship||x||x|
The pathway is highly interdisciplinary, spanning social and natural sciences, arts and humanities, and engineering. The departments that contribute to the pathway all seek to solve global, real-world challenges and problems and to design new context-specific modes of governance. The Science and Technology Studies, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy training routes focus on the role of science and technology in society. The pathway addresses the ESRC politics and governance priority, interacts with multiple UBEL pathways and groups and has extensive international partnerships.