This is a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) studentship for 3.5 years. It is fully funded, covers University fees at the level set for UK/EU students plus provides a stipend in line with that paid to students funded by the research councils (tax-free maintenance grant of last year was at £14,553, subject to increase in 2018/19 and with rises anticipated in future years).
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