This project has been selected for consideration for a fully-funded Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship at Nottingham Trent University. Fifteen PhD projects will be funded across the University through the Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship Scheme for entry in 2015/16. Full details of the projects and the competition are available at
This project will complement multidisciplinary research currently being undertaken in smart textiles, social inclusion and the Internet of Things, with a particular focus on how digital technologies are being taken up by the mental health sector in the UK. The applicant will study different modes of communicating potential experiential scenarios across diverse research teams with external project partners. These may include or be focused on animation, theatre, information graphics, or physical design artefacts, and should aim to contribute new knowledge in service design for mental wellbeing. It will benefit from close alignment with, and contribute to the current EPSRC-funded research project, An Internet of Soft Things.
In order to be eligible to apply, you must hold, or expect to obtain by 1st October 2015, a Master’s degree, or a 1stClass/2.1 Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject (including, where appropriate, training in the relevant research methods and, where relevant, laboratory experience).
Applications can be accepted from UK/EU and International students, but a successful non-EU candidate would be responsible for paying the difference between non-EU and UK/EU fees. (Full-time Fees for 2014/15 are £12,000 for non-EU students and £3,996 for UK/EU students). The minimum English language proficiency requirement for candidates who have not undertaken a higher degree at a UK HE institution is IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all skills)
The scholarships will pay UK/EU fees (currently set at £3996 for 2014/15 and are revised annually) and provide a maintenance stipend linked to the RCUK rate (this is revised annually and is currently £13,863 for academic year 2014/15) for up to three years*. The scholarships are due to commence in October 2015.
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