SeNSS

SeNSS

University Profile

The South East Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS) is an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)-funded consortium of 10 leading UK universities, offering cutting-edge social science research, training and collaboration:

  • City, University of London,
  • University of East Anglia,
  • University of Essex (the co-ordinating institution),
  • Goldsmiths, University of London,
  • University of Kent,
  • University of Reading,
  • University of Roehampton, London,
  • Royal Holloway, University of London,
  • University of Surrey, and
  • University of Sussex.

 

SeNSS offers fully funded doctoral studentships and post-doctoral fellowships across 13 Pathways:

  • Business and Management Studies (offered by City, UEA, Essex, Kent, Reading, Royal Holloway, Surrey and Sussex);
  • Development Studies (offered by UEA, Reading, Royal Holloway, Surrey and Sussex);
  • Economics (offered by City, UEA, Essex, Reading, Royal Holloway, Surrey and Sussex);
  • Education (offered by UEA, Goldsmiths, Reading, Roehampton and Sussex);
  • Human Geography (offered by UEA, Reading, Royal Holloway and Sussex);
  • Linguistics (offered by UEA, Essex, Kent, Reading and Surrey);
  • Politics and International Relations (offered by UEA, Essex, Kent, Reading, Royal Holloway and Sussex);
  • Psychology (offered by UEA, Essex, Goldsmiths, Kent, Reading, Royal Holloway and Sussex);
  • Science, Technology, and Sustainability Studies (offered by UEA, Kent, Surrey and Sussex);
  • Social Anthropology (offered by UEA, Goldsmiths, Kent, Roehampton and Sussex);
  • Social Work and Social Policy (offered by UEA, Kent and Sussex);
  • Socio-Legal Studies (offered by UEA, Essex, Kent, Reading and Sussex); and,
  • Sociology (offered by City, Essex, Goldsmiths, Kent and Sussex).

 

SeNSS offers the following advantages:

  • You will be guided through your studies or fellowship by excellent supervisors or mentors and able to access high quality advanced training.
  • You will make connections with our established external partners including government departments, industry and NGOs.
  • These networks and connections will help you to launch your career within, or outside, academia.

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