PhD Scholarship in Psychology at University of Bath

University of Bath is offering a PhD scholarship in Psychology. The duration of this scholarship is 3 years. The deadline for applying this position is on February 12, 2015. 

Applications are invited for a full-time University studentship to support and work in the Department of Psychology, alongside the Connecting Data across Public Services research team within the University of Bath Institute for Policy Research. The student will conduct their research under the supervision of Professor Julie Barnett and Dr Hannah Durrant.

The successful candidate will be supported for three years, and will include:
- A £ 13,863 per-annum stipend based on 2014/5 rate.
- Home/EU tuition fees
- An annual Training Support Grant.

When applying for this award you will be put forward for either a URSA Graduate School or ESRC SWDTC Discipline-specific pathways studentship (you will be covered under the relevant terms and conditions).

Application Requirements
The successful candidate should:
- Fulfil the entrance requirements for a Department for Psychology MPhil and PhD.
- Have at least a strong understanding of the current challenges facing local government in England.
- Have experience of both qualitative and quantitative research strategies and methods.

How to apply?
Applicants should apply online to study for a full time MPhil and PhD in the Department of Psychology.
It is important to quote the project title (Using big data to inform policy development and public engagement) on your application.

As this studentship is to work on a specific project, there is no need to write a formal proposal. The application will also ask you to complete a funding request form. Use this to explain your experience and reasons for applying for this studentship.

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