University Of Sussex Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship:University Of Sussex Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship, UK 2022/2023. See method of application,application deadline,Eligibility Criteria,Eligible Nationalities,Scholarship Benefits,Available Subjects and Scholarship Description below
SCHOLARSHIP SUMMARY BELOW
- Application Deadline: 18 Jan 2022.
- To be taken : UK
- Eligibility countries: International Students
- Scholarships type: Partial Funding,Postgraduate, Research
- University:University of Sussex
- Schoolarship link: CLICK HERE TO APPLY
The scholarship allows Postgraduate, Research level programm(s) in the field of Psychology taught at University of Sussex . The deadline of the scholarship is 18 Jan 2022.
University Of Sussex Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship, UK 2022-23 is available to undertake Postgraduate, Research level programs at University of Sussex.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Successful students will be awarded;
- A stipend for 3 years (tied to the UKRI studentship rates, currently £15,609 p.a.) to cover living costs
- Overseas fees and research/training costs are also covered.
- You will also be expected to take up Doctoral Tutoring during your 6 semesters (3 years) of funding. This work is paid at Grade 5.1 (currently £13.88 per hour), and covers contact time, preparation, and marking. You will be expected to work approximately 165 hours per year, dependent on modules selected and availability.
- This award will pay fees at the Overseas rate. International students must move to Sussex for the duration of the PhD and will not be permitted to register as Distance Learners.
- International students are also welcome to apply for a Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship (UK) which pays fees at the Home rate (but if awarded one of these you would need to be able to self-fund the difference between Home and Overseas fees)
- Candidates must have, or expect to obtain, a First or a high Upper Second Class Honours undergraduate degree, or equivalent qualification, and/or a Master’s degree in Psychology, Neuroscience or a related discipline.
- The University of Sussex believes that the diversity of its staff and student community is fundamental to creative thinking, pedagogic innovation, intellectual challenge, and the interdisciplinary approach to research and learning. We celebrate and promote diversity, equality and inclusion amongst our staff and students. As such, we welcome applications from all, regardless of personal characteristics or background.
- Please read the Psychology PhD FAQS before you start your application.
- Please submit your application online for ‘Ph.D. in Psychology’ for entry in September 2022.
- In the ‘Supervisor suggested by applicant’ section of your application, put the name(s) of the supervisor(s) you have approached. If you leave this blank it is unlikely that you will be considered for a School studentship.
- In the ‘Proposed source of funding’ section of your application, please put ‘Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship (Overseas).
Candidates should provide:
- A research proposal that outlines your knowledge of the research area, hypotheses that could be addressed in your PhD, and an outline of potential methods. The research proposal should be approximately 1,000 to 1,500 words in length and not exceed 3 pages, including references. It should be set at a minimum of 10 font type with margins a minimum of 1cm.
- Current degree transcript(s) with full details of performance on all completed courses.
- Two academic references.
- An up-to-date CV.
- A document summarising any teaching experience you have and illustrating your suitability for a Doctoral Tutor role.