quarta-feira, 11 de janeiro de 2012

University of Nottingham - PhD in Philosophy

 We are now inviting applications for September 2012 entry.
 ***Studying at Nottingham***
 Nottingham's Department of Philosophy has a thriving and friendly postgraduate community. We host weekly research seminars, a postgraduate seminar, a work-in-progress seminar and various reading groups. The department is housed in a new, purpose-built building on the University's beautiful landscaped campus.
 Nottingham is ranked highly amongst UK universities in the 2011 Philosophical Gourmet report (http://www.philosophicalgourmet.com/), particularly in Philosophy of Art (=3rd in the UK), Metaphysics (=4th), Philosophy of Language (=4th), Mathematical logic (=4th) and History of Analytical Philosophy (=6th). 
 ***The PhD course***
 We are able to offer research supervision in a wide variety of areas, including
 Mathematical Logic
 Philosophy of Language
 Philosophy of Mind

 For a list of suggested particular topics, and topics on which we are currently supervising, see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/philosophy/prospective/postgraduate/research-degrees/research-supervision.aspx. You can browse a list of our current postgrad students, and see what they are working on, here:http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Philosophy/People/index.aspx#lookup-postgraduates
 The School of Humanities has two PhD Studentships to award to applicants who are registering to undertake PhD study on a full-time basis, starting in September 2012. Each studentship pays UK/EU fees and a maintenance grant (approximately £13,600 per annum).
 To apply for a Studentship, you first need to hold an offer to study on the PhD at Nottingham. The application for a place will take around four weeks, and so we advise applying as soon as possible if you would also like to apply for a Studentship. 
 ***Further Information***
 More information about the PhD programme is available at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/philosophy/prospective/postgraduate/research-degrees/intro.aspx. For information about the application procedure and funding opportunities, see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/philosophy/prospective/postgraduate/applying.aspx.
 For further information, please contact the postgraduate admissions officer, Dr Mark Jago (mark.jago@nottingham.ac.uk).

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