ILCR Director Professor John Hudson has received the 2017 St Andrews Students’ Association Teaching Award in the ‘Excellence as a Dissertation/Project Supervisor’ category. Professor Hudson currently supervises several ILCR PhD students and has guided many PhD projects and Mlitt dissertations to completion during his time at St Andrews. He was nominated for this award by a number of current and former students.
More details of the 2017 Teaching Excellence Awards are available here.
Professor Hudson (middle, far left) receives 2017 Teaching Award from University Principal Professor Sally Mapstone (front).
The Selden Society, founded in 1887 by F.W. Maitland and others to encourage the study and advance the knowledge of the history of English law, offers a Milsom Studentship (named in honour of the late Professor S.F.C. Milsom, sometime Literary Director and President of the Society) for a person commencing research in English legal history leading to the degree of PhD (or equivalent) at a university in the United Kingdom in September/October 2017.
The studentship will be tenable for a maximum of three years, subject to an annual review of progress. The annual value of the studentship will be a sum equivalent to the current total of the home/EU fees and recommended minimum maintenance allowance at the university at which the student is registered for the PhD degree, to a total maximum of £21,500 (account will be taken of funding available from other sources).
Application forms may be obtained from the Secretary of the Society, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for receipt of applications and references is 1 March 2017.
The studentship can be held at St Andrews and may be of interest to anyone considering a PhD at the Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research. Anyone interested should contact Professor John Hudson (email@example.com).
The prestigious Carnegie PhD Scholarship scheme supports a limited number of graduates, with first class Honours undergraduate degrees from a Scottish university, who wish to pursue three years of postgraduate research leading to a PhD at a university in Scotland. There is no restriction on the subject or field, and the award may be of interest to those considering applying for a PhD within the ILCR.
Full details about the scholarship are available on the Carnegie/Caledonian PhD Scholarships webpage: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/study/pg/fees-and-funding/scholarships/carnegie-caledonian/.
Please note that candidates put forward for nomination by Schools should be of outstanding quality. Overseas applicants are also eligible, and if successful the difference between Home and Overseas fees will be met by the University.
The ILCR invites applications for a fully-funded PhD Studentship of up to £20,000 per annum, for three years. The competition is open to Home/EU and International students. For further details see here: http://ilcr.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/students/.