We are pleased to announce that the Kent Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Cyber Security (KirCCS) is calling for applications for new PhD studentships.
There will be three studentships available as part of the to-be established Institute of Advanced Studies in Cyber Security and Conflict (SoCyETAL), with one studentship available for the School of Politics and International Relations under the supervision of Dr Gareth Mott.
The University of Kent has also signed an agreement with the China Scholarship Council (CSC) for accepting up to 20 CSC funded PhD students for the whole university. All academics of the University of Kent including those from the School of Politics and International Relations are eligible to be principal supervisors of such PhD students.
For further information on each scholarship, including eligibility, funding and application details, please visit the KirCCS website.