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The Grand Union Excellence and Innovation in Social Science Research Training PhD Studentships

Open University is offering PhD position in social psychology. The funds for this fellowship are available for 4 years. Potential candidates should apply before January 30, 2019.

These studentships are funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Grand Union Doctoral Partnership. The studentships are fully funded for 4 years full-time or 8 years part-time, covering tuition fees (at UK/EU level) and providing a stipend.

You will have an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject. A Masters or equivalent experience is desirable.

If you would like to apply, follow the relevant link in the pathway descriptions below for further details about the pathway and also on how to apply. Applications must be submitted by 17:00 on 30 January 2019.

There will be a three stage process. The first step is to apply to the OU. The second stage is a selection process for nomination to Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership. The third stage is an open competition for funding. The Grand Union Doctoral training Partnership is committed to funding the very best applicants; this will be decided at the third stage.

Interviews for the first stage are likely to be in February 2019

Selection for the second stage are likely to be in late March 2019

Decisions at the third stage are likely to be finalised in June 2019

An application form and studentship relatedinformation are available from the links located below.

Further details and information can be found here: http://www.open.ac.uk/students/research/ou/partners/grand-union-doctoral-training-partnership

A webinar will take place in mid-November and available to view afterwards.

The Grand Union DTP and its pathways

The Grand Union DTP is an ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership uniting The Open University, the University of Oxford and Brunel University London. The partnership builds on the recognised research and doctoral training strengths of all three institutions. The DTP covers 24 subject areas ('pathways'), themed into five broad clusters.

Psychology - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University

The Psychology pathway at the Open University is hosted by the School of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts and Social Science. Focusing particularly on applied and critical social psychology, the pathway seeks to draw attention to, and challenges, social injustices in areas such as gender, race, immigration, poverty and sexuality. Connecting theoretical movements include feminism, subjectivities, sociocultural theory, psychosocial studies, phenomenology, critical discourse analysis, narrative analysis, Q methodology and dialogical approaches. Applicants are invited to link to our thematic areas focusing on occasions of social transition, personal transformation and emergent and contested cultural and political issues. Open University psychology research provides new empirical insight into real-world issues relating to questions of movement across boundaries and changing gendered, religious, sexual and political subjectivities in concrete contexts.

Please see http://www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/research-degrees/research-areas/psychologyfor a more detailed list of topics within and across each theme.

Psychology at the Open University has an internationally recognised reputation for developing theory and methodology, and applying psychology in a variety of settings with wider societal impact. The pathway will equip students to examine complex psychological phenomenon using both established and innovative social research methodologies to address these wider challenges.

For more information on this pathway and how to apply for a studentship, please follow this link: Psychology Pathway

Leadership and Organisational Governance – Faculty of Business and Law, The Open University

The pathway will equip students to examine complex leadership and organisational governance phenomena, using both established and innovative social research methodologies to address the associated challenges.

For more information on this pathway and how to apply for a studentship, please follow this link: Leadership and Organisational Governance


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