Full fees and maintenance at the Research Council rates for 3.5 years
A Research Training Support Grant of £1,500 per year.
The student will submit their thesis at the end of this period.
First or upper second class honours degree
Merit at masters or significant research experience.
The project is appropriate for applicants from a range of disciplinary backgrounds interested in working at the interface between public health and social sciences and have some experience in both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Online application form: View Website
Please state the studentship supervisors and title. Select ScHARR as the department.