A list of current and reoccuring opportunities at the PSA, including funding, work experience, and other ways to get involved.
The PSA Annual Awards 2019 - our eighteenth - is an occasion to recognise the individuals and organisations that are shaping politics. PSA members are invited to submit nominations. Last day to nominate is 30 August.
PGR Pathways Case Studies
The British Academy are seeking doctoral graduate case studies from postgraduate researches who have entered employment beyond academia for a new publication. Deadline is 31 August.
PSA-Parliament PhD Internship
This joint initiative between the PSA and House of Commons Committee Office provides a fantastic opportunity for PSA members, currently studying toward their PhD, to gain some real-world experience working at Westminster. Deadline is 27 September.
Student Video Competition
Our annual student video competition is a chance for students to win a week of work experience at YouGov and recognition at our Annual Awards. This year’s theme is 'Our Climate Emergency'. Submit your video by 30 September.
Re-imagining Politics at PSA 20
Information on the PSA Annual Conference. Join us in Edinburgh from 6 - 8 April 2020.
A list of current job openings, internships, and work opportunities with the Political Studies Association, UK. Please check back here for regular updates.
Calls for Papers
Find ongoing and open calls for papers for conferences, seminars and workshops in the UK and abroad listed here. Accessible to PSA members only.
External Jobs & Funding Opportunities
Find external job and funding opportunities in higher education and political studies posted below. Accessible to PSA members only.
We have a series of grants for members of the PSA and members of other international political studies/science bodies.
Diverse Voices Fund
With your help, the PSA needs to raise £250,000 to begin awarding our first scholarships. Whether you can give £5k or run 5K, here’s how you can share your gifts, time or talents.