INCORE hosts to an active and vibrant group of research students at Jordanstown and Magee campus.
All researchers are offered personal desk-space for the duration of the projects and are invited to participate in the daily life of INCORE and the school, including seminars and other research events.
We have a number of annual opportunities available for funded research studentships:
The school is part of the prestigious ESRC-funded NINE DTP Doctoral Training Partnership where it is possible to apply for studentships in ‘Conflict Security and Justice’ pathway of the competition as well as through the Social Policy and Social Work pathway.
There a number of studentships opportunities available depending on whether you have undergraduate, postgraduate or research methods experience.
The school is also part of an EU-funded research studentship scheme, COFUND, where between 2019 and 2020 we will be advertising for 4 international Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows to join us to carry out world-class PhD research projects with us.