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ESRC Collaborative Studentship - Connecting communities: transformative impacts of community garden networks.

  • Full or part time
  • Application Deadline
    Friday, March 15, 2019
  • Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)
    Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)

Project Description

The studentship will be embedded within the Management subject group of the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Our postgraduate research training programme combines robust taught research training and applied research practice within a flexible timeframe of three to five years. Beginning with foundation training in research methods, you will follow advanced training pathways in qualitative and quantitative methodologies and benefit from extensive training in research skills. As a postgraduate, you will form the bedrock of our research community, and we will actively encourage you to publish your research and participate in research seminars, training retreats, workshops, conferences and presentations.

The studentship will be embedded within the Management subject group of the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Our postgraduate research training programme combines robust taught research training and applied research practice within a flexible timeframe of three to five years. Beginning with foundation training in research methods, you will follow advanced training pathways in qualitative and quantitative methodologies and benefit from extensive training in research skills. As a postgraduate, you will form the bedrock of our research community, and we will actively encourage you to publish your research and participate in research seminars, training retreats, workshops, conferences and presentations.

Eligibility
Students must meet the following eligibility criteria:

For 1+3
- A 2:1 degree or equivalent preferably with a business and management component
- Demonstrate an interest in, and knowledge of community empowerment and food/environmental sustainability debates
- Have a good grounding in community empowerment and food/sustainability issues

For +3
- A good masters degree preferably with a business and management component
- Demonstrate an interest in, and knowledge of community empowerment and food/environmental sustainability debates
- Have a good grounding in community empowerment and food/sustainability issues.

Full details on eligibility and how to apply are available via the University of Glasgow website.

Funding Notes

The scholarship is available as a three year ‘+3 ‘(PhD only) or a four year ‘1+3’ (research masters plus PhD) programme, depending on level of prior qualifications and research training. This will be assessed as part of the recruitment process. The programme will commence in October 2019. It includes

- an annual maintenance grant at the RCUK rate (2018/19 rate £14,777 full-time)
- fees at the standard Home rate
- students can also draw on a pooled Research Training Support Grant (RTSG), usually up to a maximum of £750 per year.

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