A generous donation from The Julie-Ann Macqueen Trust will fund a PhD in Social Work for students whose research focuses on one-parent families.
Two awards covering full tuition fees at UK, EU or Overseas level. The awardees will also receive a maintenance stipend which will be set to the UKRI level for 2023/24 and a £750 annual research grant. For reference, the UKRI level for 2022/23 is currently £17,668 for full-time students, or the pro rata equivalent for part-time students.
Awards are made for three years for full-time students or six years pro-rata for part-time students.
The award has been made possible by a generous donation from The Julie-Ann Macqueen Trust. Ms Macqueen played a leading role in bringing the struggles of single-parent families to the attention of the public and policy and lawmakers.
These award are available to students intending to commence a PhD in Social Work in September 2023 on either a full-time or part-time basis. There are two supervisor -led proposals which PhD applicants can apply for.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria for admission to a PhD in Social Work.
Applications are no longer being accepted for this scholarship as the deadline of the 23rd of March 2023 has now passed.
Frequently Asked Questions
All applicants can expect to be notified of the outcome by the end of April 2023.
Please see the two supervisor led applications and contact the lead academics if you have questions about the specific proposals.
If your query relates to a more general query about the Macqueen application process then you should contact Dr Robin Sen, Postgraduate Research Advisor via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure you follow the full application guidelines here: Macqueen Scholarship - School of Social and Political Science
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