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Trinity Hall


Ph.D. Research in the Field of Mental Health

Trinity Hall invites applications for the above Studentships, which were established in memory of the late Michael Nightingale, a member of the College who died in 1991, and are funded from his bequest. They are open to all qualified graduates, of whatever university and whatever nationality, who wish to conduct doctoral research at Cambridge (or are already engaged in such research) in the field of mental health.

 It would be a condition of the award of the Nightingale Studentship that the successful applicant be admitted as a registered Graduate Student by the Board of Graduate Studies of the University of Cambridge and be, or become, a member of Trinity Hall. Preference will be given to applicants who wish to conduct research into the operation of the Court of Protection, but the College is prepared to consider any topic that falls within, or is appropriately related to, the field of mental health law.

 The amount of the grant (including fees and maintenance, and reasonable research costs) will be at full-cost level. Studentships may be held for up to three years (with effect from 1 October 1998). Application forms and further particulars may be obtained from: The Master, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ. Enquiries may be made by post, by fax (462116) or by e-mail (dlc24@cam.ac.uk) but not by telephone. The closing date for receipt of the completed application forms is 31 March 1998. Please quote Ref. NS/TH985.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 3rd December 1997
Copyright © 1997 The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge.