Research and Knowledge Exchange Support Team (EGIS)
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Work in this area is wide-ranging, covering poverty, housing (and homelessness), health (including mental health), social care, employment, capacity building and the arts. A major focus of research activity is ethnic inequalities in access, experiences and outcomes of using public services. Other strands of research are the negotiation of identity in a multicultural society with shifting governance arrangements. While much of the work has centred on ethnicity, research in this area has also examined inequalities related to gender and disability.
We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates. Please visit our How to apply page.
- Your residency 'status' is usually defined as the country where you have been ordinarily resident for the three years before the start of your course. Find out more about tuition fees.
- Overseas includes applications from European Union countries who do not hold Pre-Settled or Settled status in the UK. Read more about the application process for EU nationals.
Scholarships and bursaries
We aim to encourage well-qualified, ambitious students to study with us and we offer a wide variety of scholarships and bursaries to achieve this. Over £6 million worth of opportunities are available in fee and stipend scholarships, and more than 400 students benefit from this support.
View our full range of research scholarships.