The ESRC funded Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) at the University of Sussex is delighted to offer up to 22 studentships in 6 innovative pathways:
|PATHWAY||SCHOOL OF STUDIES||DEPARTMENTS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES|
|Innovation and Sustainability: Management and Policy||
Science and Technology Policy
|Global Social Transformations||Global Studies||Anthropology
and Society: Well-being, Health and Communities
|Education and Social Work||Education
Children and Youth Studies
|Global Economic Performance||Economics
Please see below for a list of ESRC recognised Masters programmes for the 1+3 route offered by the University of Sussex:
|PATHWAY||MASTERS PROGRAMMES FOR '1' YEAR|
MRes in Psychological Methods
|Innovation and Sustainability: Management and Policy||MSc in Science and Technology Policy
MSc in Technology and Innovation Management
|Global Social Transformations||MSc in Social Research Methods|
Knowledge and Society: Well-being, Health and Communities
|MSc in Social Research Methods|
|Citizenship, Justice and Security||MSc in Social Research Methods|
|Global Economic Performance||MSc in Economics
MSc in Development Economics
MSc in International Economics
The Doctoral Training Centre ensures that doctoral students at the University of Sussex will have access to the best possible advanced training.
Type of award
Postgraduate masters / Postgraduate research
Scholarships cover a contribution to fees (currently £3,828 per annum) and a maintenance allowance (currently £13,590).
Applicants must hold at least a UK Upper Second Class Honours degree, or equivalent. The studentships will be awarded for a period of either three years for those with an ESRC recognised research training qualification (+3), or four years (1+3) for those without.
The awards are only available to UK/EU students, studentships will be payable at the equivalent of the UK/EU fee per annum for full time students and in the case of UK students will also include a maintenance grant (for information the 2012-13 rate is £13,590) to cover living expenses. Studentships are paid pro rata for part time students.
Full details, guidance and application forms are on the Sussex ESRC DTC web pages - http://www.sussex.ac.uk/doctoralschool/esrc/apply
Deadline for applications 15 February 2013, 5pm
Please note that applicants must apply for a postgraduate place for the specific programme via the standard Sussex application method http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/pg/applying/2013entry This application must be made before an ESRC studentship application can be submitted. Candidates submitting to the ESRC application process who have not already applied for a postgraduate place at the University will be deemed ineligible.
If you have any further queries please contact the Doctoral School email@example.com or 01273 877376