Meet some of our doctoral students working towards a PhD or MPhil in Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence, Law or Criminology.
If you are keen to widen your social circle, express your ideas freely, exchange knowledge and gradually build the foundations for your future career, then a PhD at the School of Law could be for you. Read Dima’s story to find out more about the research and career support she has received at Manchester.
Emily originally came to Manchester from the US to do a master's in Social Research Methods and Statistics. Being a self-described 'statistics nerd' has carried over into her working out exactly how many hours a day she needs to devote to her Criminology PhD, leaving time for exploration and teaching.
David Buil Gil
David came to Manchester from Catalonia, Spain to embark on his PhD with the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCCJ), located in The University of Manchester's School of Law. He tells us he was attracted by the funding opportunities and the influential academics.
Alongside your research, the School has a range of activities to enhance your studies. Wiebke suggests that you take advantage of the facilities, courses and conferences the University has to offer, in particular the annual postgraduate research conference.
Sacha fits her studies in around her work as a practising lawyer in the City. For her, a PhD Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence is a stepping stone to a more research-focused career. Find out how the School of Law is supporting her on this professional transition.