ESRC SeNSS Studentships
The Call for the 2017/18 ESRC SeNSS studentships (35 in total) is now open. The funds are available on a competitive basis across the Universities in the SeNSS Consortium. Social Science graduates from a wide variety of disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Postgraduate Scholarships in Business, Accounting and Management
Norwich Business School (NBS) has five openings for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) positions for Home and EU applicants that provide studentships for doctoral research studies along with offering teaching experience and other support to help fast-track academic careers while at the same time gaining a PhD. The latest HEFCE assessment of research excellence (REF2014) puts Norwich Business School 17th overall in the UK out of 101 institutions and in 9th place for the quality of its research publications (Times Higher Education).
The School is looking for a total of five GTAs in the following research and teaching areas:
- Employment Systems and Institutions;
- Business Regulation;
- Innovation & Technology and Operations Management;
- Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Strategy.
We would particularly welcome an interest to do research on wellbeing in the work place and IT or telecommunications business research. The main research theme for the School is “Responsible Business”.
Studying in Norwich Business School (NBS) will be a life changing experience, equipping you with the expertise, knowledge, skills and experience to fast track a successful academic career. The key components of the NBS GTA Scheme are as follows:
- Full tuition fees (Home/EU level of fees)
- A tax-free maintenance grant (currently £14,296 per year)
- Conference and training fund £1000 per year
- Developing Teaching Skills: 20 credit Masters’ module, which is a part of the Higher Education Practice (MA HEP)
- Develop teacher training relationships with teaching mentors in addition to your PhD supervisors
- Be a member of NBS's vibrant and exceptional academic community.
- Upper second (2:1) undergraduate degree and a Master’s degree. Applicants with a background outside social sciences are also welcome but may be required to undertake additional training during their PhD studies.
- English Language: If English is not your native language, you must fulfil the Language Requirements for research degrees (IELTS 7.0 at least 6.5 in each component)
- These studentships are open to Home and EU students only.
Application and Recruitment process:
Applications should be made using the University’s standard system for PhD applications.
In the ‘funding information’ section of the application, you must state that you wish to be considered for the Norwich Business School Graduate Teaching Assistant 2017 funding.
The deadline for application is 16th April 2017.
For an informal discussion please contact: Research Director, Professor Raphael Markellos
Further particulars of the GTA positions can be accessed here.