This fully-funded studentship covers:
• tuition fees (Home/EU rate)
• tax-free stipend (£17,000 in Yr 1 increasing to £18,500 in Yr 4, plus London weighting)
• research costs
• 3-month research project/placement allowance
• annual travel allowance
For more information on the Medical Research Foundation National PhD Training Programme in AMR, please see the Programme's website: View Website
Applicants must be assessed to have Home/EU fee status, have obtained at least a 2.1 honours degree in a relevant social science subject, and should have training and experience with ethnographic and/or historical methods. These are the minimum requirements for a competitive studentship.
How to apply
Applicants should submit an LSHTM online application for research degree study to commence study in January 2020, using the project details (title and proposed supervisor) provided in this advert. As part of the applications, applicants will be expected to submit a research proposal. The research proposal should use the project description provided and expand upon it. Under the ‘Funding’ section please indicate that you are applying for a Medical Research Foundation National PhD Training Programme in AMR Research funded (MRF AMR) project.
Applicants short-listed for this funding will be interviewed by an academic panel from the AMR consortium at LSHTM. Interviews will be held at LSHTM.