The Cardiff University is located in the United Kingdon that seeks applications from PhD scholars who are willing to dedicate themselves in conducting innovative research across wide areas of law such as commercial, civil, medical, and discrimination. The University offers both full-time and part-time PhD course to candidates.
According to the University’s rules, full-time PhD scholars will be given office space within the campus. Apart from this, they are also entitled to financial support for research-related travelling. PhD candidates may be granted the offer of part-time teaching.
The Cardiff University covers a wide range of legal subjects such as Islamic law, commercial law, civil justice, employment law, discrimination law, family law, intellectual property, human rights law, law and literature, social care law, property law, sports law, tort law, law and development, gender and the law, and many more.
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January - June, July - December
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Band (Applicants should have an Honours degree in Law or in a relevant subject, research proposal consisting 5000 words, and IELTS Score: 7 Band (with no less than 6.5 in writing) (IELTS is required only for those candidates whose first language is other than English)
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