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    I'm doing research for PhD applications for 2017 intake (gotta make sure my proposal is top-notch). I did my MA in SOAS and am focused on the Mid East.

    Exeter says on its website that they're generally successful in securing funding for PhD students. Is this true? I cannot attend anything less than a fully funded program.

    Also, everything about student life generally refers to undergrads or Masters postgrads. What's Exeter life like for PhD students?
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    Hey I am also in the same position. I am writing my proposal on the area of human rights law to apply to Exeter and can't possible imagine doing my PHD there without full funding. I read they are giving full scholarships for 20 successful applicants.
 
 
 
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