Dear Research Fortnight readers and users of Research Professional,
I am writing to express my sincere thanks for such an overwhelming and positive response to our request to consider admitting international PhD students from London Metropolitan University. At the last count 33 universities have offered to consider placing a student from London Met, and even as I write this offers are still coming in.
We have collated all responses and passed them onto the university's research office for circulation among those students looking to transfer. Interested students are being encouraged to contact you directly.
As you'll know, last Friday 21 September, Justice Irwin in the High Court said that those of the university's international students who want to stay and complete their studies have an opportunity to do so. This means that a smaller number of PhDs will want to transfer than the original figure that we quoted in our appeal in the 19 September issue of Research Fortnight
The list of available PhD topics is below.
I will write again in the next issue of Research Fortnight , which will be published on Wednesday 3 October.
With best wishes,
Ehsan Masood, Editor, Research Fortnight
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