Studentship will comprise the costs of fees (£4,300/year), a contribution to running costs (£1,500/year) and stipend (£14,777/year). The contribution to running costs will be paid via the Director of Studies and contributes towards expenses associated with the project. PhD stipends are normally free of tax. It is expected that this will include at least one international conference for the student over the 3-year period. PhD studentships are only available to support full-time study, for Home and EU students only, and cover 3 years only. Progress will be assessed annually and if not satisfactory the support will be terminated
Send the following to Dr. Andrea C. Mallaburn by the deadline of 4pm on Friday 26th April, 2019
• A covering letter outlining why you are interested in this research project and any relevant experience you have in this field. Please explain what makes you a suitable doctoral candidate for this project.
• Your CV (maximum two pages) indicating the names of two referees (at least one being an academic reference).
FTE Category A staff submitted: 12.80
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