quarta-feira, 21 de dezembro de 2011

FOUR PhD STUDENTSHIPS IN PHILOSOPHY/HPS 2012-13

The School of Humanities at the University of Leeds intends to offer up to four studentships in Philosophy and History & Philosophy of Science (HPS) to suitably qualified candidates for its full-time (FT) or part-time (PT) PhD programmes. One studentship is associated with the AHRC Block Grant Partnership and will pay full Home/EU fees (currently £4,200 p.a. FT) and (for those eligible for a full award) the standard maintenance component for AHRC doctoral awards (currently £13,590 p.a. FT). Up to two additional school studentships will be offered paying full Home/EU fees and substantial maintenance awards. 


Applications for studentships are welcome from all areas of philosophy/HPS research in which the school can provide PhD supervision (see http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/info/20048/philosophy/1094/postgraduate/6). For further information about PhD research at Leeds please contact:


* for Philosophy, Dr Jason Turner (j.t.turner@leeds.ac.uk)
* for HPS, Prof. Greg Radick (g.m.radick@leeds.ac.uk)

Applicants for the PhD programme in Philosophy and HPS may also be eligible to apply for a number of scholarships offered by the university (details below).

In addition, we are offering an ESRC Doctoral Award in Science and Technology Studies as part of the new Science and Technology Studies Network between the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and York. The studentship is for a project on 'The meaning and practice of translational research in biomedicine', to be supervised by Professor Greg Radick and by Professor Susan Molyneux-Hodgson of the Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield. 

The school will also be offering an AHRC Research Preparation Masters award as well as a number of fees-only awards and small bursaries in support of study on its taught and research MA programmes. For further details see http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/info/20048/philosophy/1094/postgraduate/7.

Those interested in postgraduate study in the School of Humanities at the University of Leeds are warmly invited to attend an Open Day on the afternoon of Wednesday 1 February 2012. Contact Ms Jenneke Stevens (j.m.stevens@leeds.ac.uk) for more information, or visit http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/news/article/2768/postgraduate_open_day.


APPLICATION DETAILS FOR AHRC/SCHOOL PhD STUDENTSHIPS 

UK/EU APPLICANTS

* UK/EU nationals should complete the AHRC application form at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/rsa/postgraduate_scholarships/AHRC-AppForm12. UK/EU applicants who apply for AHRC funding will automatically be considered for the school studentships and the University of Leeds Arts & Humanities Research Scholarships. CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 2 MARCH 2012.

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

* Applicants who are not EU nationals are eligible to apply for school studentships, although they are NOT eligible to apply for AHRC Studentships. Such applicants should complete the application form at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/downloads/20048/philosophy. CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 2 MARCH 2012.

All AHRC/school studentship applications should include a 500 word PhD proposal, a copy of your degree transcripts (and a transcript of your marks to date if you are currently completing a degree), and a sample of written work (not less than 3000 words in length). 

Applicants should also arrange for three academic referees to submit references directly to the school. Applications and references should be addressed to Ms Jenneke Stevens, Philosophy Postgraduate Administrator, School of Humanities, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK. Email: j.m.stevens@leeds.ac.uk; tel: 0113 343 3263; fax: 0113 343 3265.

Applicants need not secure admission prior to application for these studentships. However, to ensure eligibility for studentships, applicants should apply for admission (via http://www.leeds.ac.uk/info/20023/postgraduate_research/86/applying_for_research_degrees) at the earliest opportunity and in any case prior to submitting their studentship applications. Only one set of supporting documents should be provided, which will be used for both the studentship and admission applications. 

All AHRC/school PhD studentships are tenable for 3yr (FT) or 5yr (PT) from October 2012. The awards are conditional on acceptance of an offer of admission to study for PhD in the school. Renewal of the studentship each year is subject to satisfactory progress towards PhD completion.


APPLICATION DETAILS FOR THE ESRC STUDENTSHIP

Details can be found at http://www.shef.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.134641!/file/BiomedicinePhDscholarship.pdf

Applications are due 3 February 2012. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in the final week of February.


APPLICATION DETAILS FOR UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS PhD STUDENTSHIPS 

UK/EU APPLICANTS

* UK/EU nationals who hold at least a UK upper second-class honours degree or equivalent are eligible to apply for one of up to eighteen University Research Scholarships, covering academic fees at the UK rate and (for full-time students) an annual maintenance grant (amount to be confirmed). Please see http://www.leeds.ac.uk/rsa/postgraduate_scholarships/urs-arts for eligibility criteria and application procedure. CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 23 MARCH 2012. 

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

* International applicants who hold a UK first-class honours degree or equivalent and are amongst the 'best of the best' are eligible to apply for one of around nine Fully-Funded International Research Scholarships (FIRS), covering the full cost of international fees and providing a maintenance grant (amount to be confirmed). Please see http://www.leeds.ac.uk/rsa/postgraduate_scholarships/FIRS-AppForm12.doc for eligibility criteria and application procedure. CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 23 JANUARY 2012.


OTHER SOURCES OF PhD STUDENTSHIP FUNDING

Further sources of studentship funding for doctoral study in philosophy and HPS at Leeds are documented at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/info/20048/philosophy/1094/postgraduate/7 and at http://scholarships.leeds.ac.uk/.

The school operates a professional training and development scheme for postgraduates: as part of this scheme, successful applicants are often given the opportunity to undertake teaching, which is paid at an hourly rate. The school also offers its PhD students financial support for conference attendance. 


The University of Leeds promotes excellence in teaching, learning and research. 

We welcome applications from all sections of the community. 

Textphone for deaf applicants only 0113 343 4353. 

All information is available in alternative formats-please contact 0113 343 5771.

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