Ajit Singh Cambridge - INET Scholarship in Economics

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Queens' College and the Cambridge -INET Institute are pleased to offer a 3-year doctoral studentship, which can be extended to a 4th year. The studentship is £6,000 per year, which will be reduced to £3,000 per year if the sucessful candidate is already fully funded from other sources. The studentship is open to applicants for the PhD in Economics. In order to be considered for the studentship, the candidate has to indicate Queens' College as their first choice college in the application.  All candidates who have been successfully admitted to the PhD programme and who put Queens' as the first choice college will be considered. The successful candidate may be required to supervise undergraduate students at Queens' for up to 40 hours per year. The supervisions will be paid separately. 

Applicants are referred to the relevant section of the University's Graduate Admissions web page. The course code for the PhD in Economics is EC21