Application is now open for the University of Warwick PhD Fellowships in Psychology. Interested applicants are encouraged to send in their applications before the deadline date.
About the University of Warwick and Fellowship
Nestled on the outskirts of Coventry between the West Midlands and Warwickshire, the University of Warwick stands as a distinguished public research institution, leaving an indelible mark on higher education. Established in 1965 as part of a government-led initiative to expand access to higher education, the university has evolved into a hub of academic excellence, fostering groundbreaking research and innovative programs.
Exciting opportunities await prospective doctoral candidates as the University of Warwick announces the availability of up to four Departmental Ph.D. Fellowships for those embarking on a Ph.D. journey commencing in October 2024. These fellowships present a unique chance for students to pursue their research endeavors with the support of this esteemed institution.
The Departmental PhD Fellowships offer comprehensive benefits, including coverage of tuition fees at the ‘Home’ (UK) rate, set at £4,853** for the academic year 2024/25 (part-time £2,911.80*). In addition to this, recipients will receive a maintenance grant amounting to £19,370** per annum for three years (part-time £11,622*). The university extends a warm welcome to international students, encouraging them to apply and become part of its vibrant academic community.
Among the four fellowships available, two are designated for projects supervised by Dr Mikhail Spektor and Dr Sabrina Twilhaar. Interested applicants can explore further details about these projects by following the academic staff links. The remaining two fellowships are open to applicants who can choose their primary and secondary supervisors, providing flexibility and diversity in research interests. You can find a list of the academics and their research interests here.
Prospective applicants are expected to meet certain academic criteria, holding at least an Upper Second Class undergraduate degree in Psychology or a related field. A preference is given to candidates with a first-class undergraduate degree or a Master’s distinction in Psychology or a related field. The university also welcomes applications from international candidates with qualifications equivalent to those of their UK counterparts.
Details about University of Warwick PhD Fellowships in Psychology:
Scholarship Sponsor: Department of Psychology/University of Warwick, UK
Scholarship Value: Check Below
Number of awards: 4
Study level: PhD/Fellowship
Host Institution(s): University of Warwick, UK
- Opportunities to enroll in or observe taught postgraduate courses in Psychology and related fields
- Opportunities for teaching in the Department
- The University PGR Professional Development Framework provides 60 hours of skill development.
- Warwick Skills Forge accessibility
- Opportunities to attend departmental research Seminars and provide presentations at internal seminars
- Seminars and workshops about professional development
- Mentors in addition to supervisors in the classroom
- Generous policies for maternity, paternity, adoption, and parental leave as well as on-site childcare facilities
- PhD students are entitled to paid sick leave
- Funding for research expenses
Eligibility Criteria for University of Warwick PhD Fellowships in Psychology
Candidates are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for University of Warwick PhD Fellowships in Psychology:
- A master’s degree with distinction, a high second-class degree, or a first-class degree in psychology or allied disciplines
- Make your financial requirements clear.
Application Process for University of Warwick PhD Fellowships in Psychology
Candidates should use the Doctoral College online form if they haven’t already submitted a PhD application through the university.
Instead, applicants should fill out the online form if they have previously submitted a PhD application to the university.
There should only be ONE application per candidate.
If you would want to be considered for a Departmental PhD Fellowship, please indicate so in the “Finance and Funding” area of the form along with the name of your potential supervisor. Kindly include your resume and a research proposal together with the rationale behind your supervisor selection. For projects under the direction of Dr. Spektor and Dr. Twilhaar, kindly submit your resume together with a research proposal outlining your skills, interests, and relevant experience, among other reasons that make you a good fit for the project you have selected to study.
A strong, well-organized research proposal that is no more than 2,000 words is what the institution looks for. It must persuade the school that your subject matter is significant and doable and that you possess the necessary training and expertise to complete the assignment. The proposal’s quality and its compatibility with the research interests of a certain suggested supervisor will be given priority. To bolster your proposal, you may include up to three figures and an end-of-proposal reference list. Please send an email to psychologyPG@warwick.ac.uk, the departmental postgraduate admissions tutor, with any general questions you may have concerning the application process.
The Application Deadline is: 23:59 GMT, 15 March 2024
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