hosts a number of PhD students every year. Students are recruited via the UK
Research and Innovation Policy Internships Scheme.
works together with the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
at the UK Parliament, the Research and Information Service (RaISe) in the
Northern Ireland Assembly, and the National Assembly for Wales Research
Service, to select and interview potential candidates for UK Research and Innovation
internship placements. These placements are hosted by each of the four
are expected to produce at least one briefing paper, participate in a policy
inquiry and/or organise a policy event.
More details of the scheme can be
found on the UK Research and Innovation website: https://www.ukri.org/skills/policy-internships-scheme
Previous PhD students
May to July 2018
SB 18-46 Risk Management in Agriculture
April to June 2018
The Regulation and
Governance of Medical Devices in Scotland
September to November 2017
SB 17-79 Negotiation of Trade Agreements in Federal Countries
March to June 2017
SB 17-69 How can we reduce obesity in Scotland?