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University of Sussex: Human Rights

Institution University of Sussex View institution profile
Department International Development
Web www.sussex.ac.uk
Email globalresearch@sussex.ac.uk
Telephone 01273 877107
Study type Research

Summary

Our PhD in Human Rights is radically interdisciplinary, spanning the social sciences and humanities. As a doctoral researchers, you’ll have the opportunity to undertake research in human rights beyond a narrow legal approach. You’ll:

  • be co-supervised by faculty with expertise in a wide range of areas, from social sciences to humanities and to law

  • benefit from our strong international networks for research and collaboration

  • be a part of the doctoral and early career researcher community affiliated with the Sussex Rights and Justice Research Centre, and participate in the research-in-progress seminars and other events of the Centre.

Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

We are a research-intensive campus university with an excellent international reputation, located within the vibrant seaside city of Brighton & Hove. We welcome spirited students who want to study in a creative and intellectually-challenging environment.

We have been ranked 1st in the world for Development Studies for four consecutive years in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017-2020.
 



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