03 Aug IKSU 3 x PhD Scholarships Available
International Institute of Korean Studies (IKSU)
The International Institute of Korean Studies (IKSU) at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is
offering 3 partial PhD scholarships in research on Korea. We seek highly motivated individuals who have
excellent academic grades at Masters’ level and who are committed to original and high-quality research.
Areas of research we are looking for are as followed:
- Research on Korea, including comparative study, in anthropology, looking at areas of religion/belief
systems including shamanism, kinship networks, human/animal relations, and/or human/nature
relations (academic supervisor: Professor Niki Alsford);
- Research on North Korea, including comparative study, in development studies, looking at areas of primary health care systems, with special focus on nursing (academic supervisor: Dr Sojin Lim); or
- Research on North Korea, including comparative study, in development studies, looking at areas of international aid for capacity development (academic supervisor: Dr Sojin Lim).
Applications are open to students of any nationality, but the scholarship covers the value of UK tuition fee for the first year of PhD programme (£4,600), plus stipend (£2,500) in 2022/23 academic year. Non-UK fee paying students will receive a partial fee waiver to the value of UK tuition fees and the stipend. The duration of the scholarship is 1 year (start date: 9 January 2023).
Applications should be submitted, including research proposal, via:
- Type of Study: Research Degree (Postgraduate)
- Course: Master of Philosophy/Doctor of Philosophy
- You should provide reference number when you provide your personal statement: RS/22/25.
- You should upload your CV and research proposal along with other required documents.
Any inquiries, please contact via IKSUEnquiry@uclan.ac.uk