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Scholarship Opportunity for PhD Students

With the generous support of the Cambridge Security Initiative, the Forum on Geopolitics is pleased to offer a £10,000 one-year bursary for a second-year doctoral student in the Department of Politics and International Studies. The successful candidate will be writing a thesis focusing on geopolitics, from the broad perspective of applied history and/or security studies. 

A demonstrable commitment to the world of policy and to pursuing a career related to geopolitics will also be required. Some preference may be given to candidates with language skills relevant to the study of East Asia or the Middle East. The successful candidate will be expected to be resident in Cambridge for at least two academic terms during the tenure of the award and to support the Forum in some of its activities.

To apply, please send a CV and 1 page cover letter addressed to Prof. Brendan Simms, Director of the Forum on Geopolitics to by 17.00 BST 15 August 2019

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