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PhD Studentships, Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth
Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth.
Studentship: £13,290 per annum plus £1000 research expenses per annum for 3 years
Starting: 3 October 2011
Applications are invited for up to two fully funded full-time PhD studentships in Psychology at the University of Portsmouth. Applications are welcomed in any area complementing our existing research activities in: Situated Action and Communication; Comparative and Evolutionary Psychology; Quality of Life, Health and Well-Being, and Forensic Psychology.
Candidates should contact the potential supervisor before submitting an application.
More information about individual departmental staff members may be found at:
General information about postgraduate research studies is available at:
The studentships will be funded for three years and include tuition fees and a maintenance grant (£13,290 in 2010/11. 2011/12 grant amount to be confirmed). Students will also receive £1000 per year for research and conference expenses, as well as office space and personal computing facilities.
Applicants will have a Bachelors degree in Psychology or a related discipline (minimum 2.1 or equivalent). Preference may be given to applicants with a Masters (or equivalent) with a research component or a first class Bachelors degree. Applicants for the studentships must be UK or EU residents; for queries about eligibility please call +44 (0)23 9284 5550, or email sci-pgrad [ à ] port.ac.uk.
The deadline for applications is Friday 8th April 2011. Interviews will be held in the week beginning the 9th May 2011. Applicants should submit an outline research proposal and an application form. Further details and forms are at:
You can apply online, by email or by post to:
Faculty of Science, Faculty Admissions Centre, St. Michael's Building, White Swan Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2DT.
Tel: +44 (0)23 9284 5550
Email : sci-pgrad [ à ] port.ac.uk
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