The PhD scholarship offers a tax-free maintenance allowance of £15,000 pa and in addition covers the tuition fees for the three years of full-time PhD study. The successful applicant is expected to register for the PhD by Publication pathway and to deliver up to 6 hours of teaching per week during term-time. The PhD scholarship includes the opportunity to publish journal articles and to disseminate research at national and international conferences under the supervision of Prof Karin Moser and Dr Barbara Czarnecka.
Successful candidates are expected to meet the following five criteria: 1) a 1st or upper 2nd class Master’s degree (or international equivalent) in Organisational Behaviour, Social/Organisational Psychology or a related area, 2) excel-lent written and spoken English (an IELTS score of 7 is required), 3) evidence of excellent quantitative and experi-mental research methods knowledge (multivariate statistics, causal modelling, experimental and web-based re-search designs), 4) evidence of expertise in the research topic, and 5) strong communication and team working skills.
How to apply:
Please include a full CV, copies of all relevant degrees and a motivation letter that specifies how you meet each of the 5 selection criteria and combine all documents into a single PDF with your name. Email the single PDF to:
Prof Karin Moser, email: [email protected] Deadline for applications is 15th January 2020, 5pm GMT
CV only applications via FindAPhD will not be accepted.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 9.25
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