PhD in Law – University of Cambridge

  • Law
  • £22,817
  • Per Year
  • EEA
  • 3-4 years
  • On campus

The PhD in Law is a full-time research degree that takes three to four years to complete. PhD scholars can receive one-to-one supervision once a month during the initial stages of their research. However, meetings may be less frequent thereafter. A PhD dissertation must include the discovery of new knowledge, the connection of previously unrelated facts, the development of new theory or the revision of older views. A PhD research proposal should have the length between 2,000 and 3,000 words


One-to-one supervision will be provided to you. First-year PhD scholars are required to attend the compulsory weekly classes (during term-time only) provided by the Faculty's Research Training and Development Programme, which aims to introduce advanced research techniques and methods in law and cognate disciplines.

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    University of Cambridge

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    July - December

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  • Entry requirements

    You should have an Honours degree in law, or a related discipline relevant to the subject of the proposed research, from a British university, or its equivalent from a university overseas, IELTS - 7.5 band with 7 in each component (Overseas students)

  • Work Experience

    No Work Requirement