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Youth mental health and youth resilience


   Centre for Primary Care and Public Health

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  Dr J Lau, Prof Dennis Ougrin  Applications accepted all year round  Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)

About the Project

Queen Mary University of London's Youth Resilience Research Unit invites applications for a fully-funded PhD Studentship aiming to start in Autumn 2021 to undertake research in the area(s) of youth resilience and/or youth mental health. For more on the Unit, visit https://www.qmul.ac.uk/iphs/centres-and-teams/centre-for-primary-care-and-mental-health/youth-resilience-research-unit/

Applications should be submitted through the Queen Mary application system.

Alongside the application form, please send the following supporting documents:

• Curriculum Vitae (CV; max 2 pages)

• Copies of your degree certificates with transcripts

• Proof of English language ability for overseas applicants from non-English speaking countries

• Statement of purpose (max 2 pages). This should set out your previous academic or other experience relevant to the proposed research; why you wish to undertake this research at Queen Mary; your previous research or professional training; and what further training you think you will need to complete a PhD.

• Research proposal (max 2 pages). This should be in the area(s) of youth resilience and/or youth mental health and contain clear aims and outputs, and consider what ethical issues you will need to consider in undertaking this research.

• Two references. At least one reference must be from an academic referee who is in a position to comment on the standard of your academic work and suitability for postgraduate level study. Where appropriate, a second referee can provide comment on your professional experience.


Funding Notes

Funding from Barts Charity is for 39 months (3 years, plus three months to facilitate writing). It includes UK/EU university fees and a tax-free stipend starting at £24,200 per annum. Applicants must have no restrictions on how long they can stay in the UK and have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years prior to the studentship. For example: UK nationals, EU nationals seeking permanent settlement in the UK, or nationals of any other country with unrestricted UK immigration status (eg, indefinite leave to remain) and full-time residence in the UK at the time of application
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