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MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

Fully-Funded PhD studentship opportunities

At the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow, we are looking to develop the next generation of highly skilled researchers. Our Unit has a particular focus on developing and using cutting-edge methods to understand how social, behavioural, economic, political and environmental factors influence health. We are offering two studentships across our six research programmes, starting September 2019. These will be on a three-year (full-time) basis to those with a Masters degree (or equivalent training) with a research component in a relevant scientific discipline OR over a four-year period as an opportunity for postgraduate students to gain an appropriate Masters degree before starting a doctorate (‘1+3 studentships’). Part-time studentships are also welcome. Our staff and students have joined us from all over the world, and come from a range of academic disciplines. To view studentship opportunities for our research programmes, visit our website.

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What is offered?

During your PhD, you will:

  • Receive a tax-free stipend of £15,009 per annum (from 1st October 2019) and a training/conference allowance of £1,300 per annum (UK only).
  • Receive a thorough training in both generic research skills and transferable skills, as well as subject-specific training.
  • Work in a Unit with a strong commitment to student wellbeing and pastoral support.

MRC funded studentship eligibility

  • UK national and UK resident applicants – full funding is available, for University fees and a stipend. Includes a training allowance.
  • Other European Economic Area (EEA) applicants – partial funding is available, covering University fees only.
  • Full eligibility criteria is available here.

How to apply

Candidates are required to prepare a two A4 page research proposal. Please contact the supervisor of your proposed topic to discuss your proposal prior to submission.

Applications should be submitted to Postgraduate Admissions. Please ensure you apply to MVLS - MRC/CSO PhD Studentship.

The full set of supporting documents noted below are required to be uploaded at the point of application:

  • CV/Resume
  • Degree certificate (if you have graduated prior to 1 July 2015)
  • Passport
  • Two A4 page research proposal (This should have been discussed with the Lead Supervisor prior to submission).
  • Reference 1 (a full reference should be submitted from an academic who has a knowledge of your academic ability from your most recent study/programme)
    Reference 2 (a full reference should be submitted from an academic who has a knowledge of your academic ability)
  • Transcripts

Once you have submitted your application, please email [email protected] to confirm. General enquiries regarding the application process can also be directed to this email address.

Closing Date: 26th July 2019
Interviews: 22nd August 2019

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