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PhD studentships in the School of Business, Economics & Informatics

Applications are invited for full-time PhD studentships in the School of Business, Economics & Informatics, starting in the academic year 2015/16.

PhD studentships in the School of Business, Economics & Informatics

Applications are invited for full-time PhD studentships in the School of Business, Economics & Informatics, starting in the academic year 2015/16.

The School has 12 studentships to award: eight fully funded studentships and four fees only studentships.

College Anniversary Studentships

In 2013-14 the College awarded a number of College Anniversary Studentships to mark the 190th anniversary of its foundation.  We are pleased to announce that the College will again fund four new College Anniversary Studentships in the School of BEI – one for each department – for PhD students commencing study in September 2015.

The Anniversary Scholarships are focused on interdisciplinary projects, and the research topics will be:

Computer Science & Information Technology- Data Science and its applications in Biological Sciences or Psychology

Economics, Math & Statistics - Developing Statistical Models for Estimating HIV Prevalence

Management - Spatial competition in urban food retailing, and the environmental costs of road traffic

Organizational Psychology - Interplay: Performance, Situations, and Psychology in the Context of Computerised Simulations

The Anniversary studentships cover fees at Home/EU rate, plus an annual stipend of £16,057.

School Studentships

Each BEI Department will also be awarding two School Studentships:

  • One fully funded studentship covering fees at Home/EU rate, plus an annual stipend of £16,057
  • One studentship covering fees only at Home/EU rate

How to apply

The studentships are open to full-time home, EU and international students.  Applications for part-time study may be considered, at an appropriate pro-rata rate and extended duration.

Applications should be made via the Department webpages

Computer Science & Information Systems

Economics, Mathematics & Statistics

Management

Organizational Psychology

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