Programmes

Our research students work in a wide variety of subject areas and adopt a range of different approaches to legal research (doctrinal, socio-legal/interdisciplinary and theoretical), in turn reflecting the breadth of research interests amongst the academic staff.

PhD Law

As a PhD Law student, you will become part of the school's primary unit system. PhD Law is a disciplinary supervised higher degree, awarded on presentation of a thesis on a specialist legal topic.

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MSc in Socio-legal Studies + PhD in Law

A one-year, interdisciplinary Masters degree into the study of law and legal phenomena, followed by three years doctoral training. This is achievable if a student is awarded ESRC funding.

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PhD Sustainable Futures

An interdisciplinary degree, into addressing the pressing social issues of sustainability and the maintenance of human well-being in the face of global rising population, limited resources, and a fragile environment

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MRes + PhD Sustainable Futures

A one-year, interdisciplinary Masters degree followed by three years doctoral training, into research which can address the pressing social issues of sustainability. This is achievable if a student is awarded ESRC funding.

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Taught or research based?

Not sure what type of postgraduate programme would suit you? Find out more about taught and research programmes.

Contact us

For more information and general enquiries, please contact the Law Postgraduate Admissions team:

Tel: +44 (0) 117 39 40062
Email: law-pg-admissions@bristol.ac.uk

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