The Centre of Canadian Studies at the University of Edinburgh is a key area studies centre within Scotland’s leading School of Social and Political Science.
The Centre offers PhD degree programs with co-supervision across the humanities and social sciences. It also offers a shorter MPhil research degree program.
The University of Edinburgh has a wide range of scholarships (application deadlines 1 Feb 2011):
The Centre is particularly interested in hearing from students with research interests in the following areas:
Indigenous Studies Canadian Politics
International Relations Language Politics
Multilevel Governance Diaspora Studies
Deliberative Democracy Transatlantic Cultures
International Development Comparative Public Policy
Constitutional Law Social Movements
Nationalism Sustainable Development
Research students at the Centre of Canadian Studies can focus directly on Canada, or consider Canadian topics in relation to broader comparative research on the Arctic, Scotland, the UK, Europe, North America, and developing regions.
Students interested in applying to conduct graduate research at the Centre of Canadian Studies are encouraged to consult the Centre’s web site:
Potential applicants are also invited to contact Dr Annis May Timpson, director of Canadian Studies, after 10 January 2011, to discuss research
Secretary, Centre of Canadian Studies
and Centre for South Asian Studies
University of Edinburgh
Chrystal Macmillan Building
15a George Square
Edinburgh. EH8 9LD
0131 650 4129