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BAME GTA - 3 x 4 Year Doctoral Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Studentships


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About the Programme

Application deadline: 31st July 2020.

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Start date: 28th September 2020

OVERVIEW


Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Graduate Teaching Assistants Scheme (GTA)

The University of Leicester's College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities is committed to enhancing BAME presence in its research postgraduate cohorts and supporting BAME students to progress into academia as a career and thereby to increase the number of BAME staff within the College.

The College will offer BAME GTA scholarships within its multiple subject areas (Law; Criminology; Management; Economics; Education; Museum Studies; History; Politics and International Relations; Media Communications; Sociology; Modern Languages; History of Art and Film; English; and Archaeology and Ancient History)

Applicants are asked to submit a detailed research proposal with their online application – please refer to the How to Apply section at: https://le.ac.uk/study/research-degrees/funded-opportunities/cssah-bame-gta-2020

Students are engaged as Graduate Teaching Assistants hold a unique position in the University; they will be both registered students in receipt of a scholarship and employees of the University. As such they hold two mutually dependent agreements with the University of Leicester and are required to abide by the terms and conditions of both agreements, as well as having the opportunity to enjoy the privileges of each scheme. Terms and conditions will be provided on appointment.

The GTA scholarships will be funded for 4 years after which there will be a competitive process for a Teaching Fellowship position for an initial fixed period of 1 year.

Grade 7 Teaching Fellowship: There will be a one year Grade 7 Teaching Fellowship position that the successful BAME GTA students can apply for in the 4th year of their study. Details of this competitive process will be communicated at the start of the 4th Year. Expected salary would be Grade 7, spine point 31.

ELIGIBILITY

Criteria for consideration for the GTA funding:
• UK/EU applicants.
• International applicants will be considered if they are able to fund the difference between UK and International fees for the full 4 years of their study.
• Candidates must self-identify as a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) student.
• Candidates in the first year of their PhD at University of Leicester (or part time equivalent) may also apply*
*For current first years - if successful the length of the scholarship will be adjusted accordingly, e.g. if one year of study is already complete then the length of the scholarship will be reduced to 3 years

In recognition of the under-representation of Black students at PGR level a minimum of one scholarship per year will be allocated to a black applicant.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

UK Bachelor Degree at 2:1 honours or better applicants are should also hold or expect to hold a Master's Degree by the PhD start date of 28th September 2020 or overseas equivalent qualification.

University of Leicester English language requirements apply: https://le.ac.uk/study/research-degrees/entry-reqs/eng-lang-reqs


Enquiries to [email protected]

HOW TO APPLY
Please refer to the application advice at https://le.ac.uk/study/research-degrees/funded-opportunities/cssah-bame-gta-2020 this includes a link to the online application


Funding Notes

Successful applicants would receive:
a) The scholarship element of the GTA is a combined salary and maintenance grant equalling the full UK Research Council (UKRI) rate £15,285 (rate for the 2020/21) plus tuition fees at the UK rate.
b) Tailored support and career mentoring/networking opportunities throughout the PhD process
c) Preparatory career training and support for application to a post-PhD position

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