PhD Scholarship Positions at St Marry University College
Under its new Principal, Prof Philip Esler, St Mary’s will strengthen its mission to create new knowledge and to engage in activities in support of social cohesion and economic development in this exciting period of change for UK higher education.
St Mary’s provides a supportive and diverse environment for research students with a thriving postgraduate community and high levels of student satisfaction. There is a co-ordinated institutional postgraduate research student programme, with regular activities at University College and School level. In addition students have access to a range of research training seminars at the University of Surrey, and a wide range of provision across London-based institutions.
Studentship Areas: Applications are invited for PhD studentships at St Mary’s University College for 2011 in the following areas:
School of Education – three full-time scholarships in the areas of Religious Education, Physical Education, Sustainable Education, or Educational Leadership
Contact – Dr Lorna Goodwin – email email@example.com – Tel 0208 240 4084
School of Human Sciences – one full-time scholarship in the area of physiology or biomechanics of distance running
Contact – Dr Neil Bezodis – email firstname.lastname@example.org – Tel 0208 240 4328
School of Communication, Culture and Creative Arts – three part-time scholarships in the areas of: second language acquisition; anime/animation studies; gender representation in visual culture; horror, science fiction and cult film and television; audiences and fan cultures; CCTV and surveillance/crime and the media; popular music and counter culture; visual culture in Ireland
Contact – Prof Pauline Foster – email email@example.com – Tel 0208 240 4157
School of Management and Social Sciences – three full-time scholarships in the areas of interpersonal relationships; psychology of religion; emotions; clinical hypnosis; intergenerational relationships; grandparenthood; effects of technology on children’s cognitive and social development; experimental psychology in the area of action and perception; areas of developmental psychology and cognitive psychology
Contact – Dr Wendy Smith – email firstname.lastname@example.org – Tel 0208 240 4328
Application Process: Please complete an application form and return it to the address below along with the following:
- 2,000 word proposal (see application form for guidelines);
- Names of two academic referees. Please ensure that referees have been contacted in advance of your application;
- Copies of the highest qualification that you list on your application.
Academic Affairs Co-ordinator
St Mary’s University College
Only those short-listed for interview will be contacted.
Information on the Application Process: Contact Claire Tapia on 020 8240 4164 or at email@example.com
Application Deadline : 30 March 2011Visit Official Website.