The Swansea University is proud to offer 15 fully-funded PhD scholarships for students commencing study in October 2018 or January 2019.
The Swansea University is a public research university located in Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom. It was chartered as University College of Swansea in 1920, as the fourth college of the University of Wales and in 1948 became the first campus university in the UK.
The candidate should have a very good command of English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
Application deadline: January 22, 2018
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing PhD programme.
Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to work on the project titled, “Interoceptive Experience in those who Engage in Self-injury”.
Scholarship Award: The scholarship covers the full cost of UK/EU tuition fees and an annual stipend of £14,553 for 3 years. There will also be £1,000 per annum available for research expenses such as travel, accommodation, field trips and conference attendance.
Number of Scholarships: There are 15 fully-funded PhD scholarships available.
Scholarship can be taken in Germany
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: This scholarship is open to UK/EU candidates only.
- Candidates should have (or expect to obtain) a first class honours degree (or equivalent) and/or distinction at master’s degree level in a relevant subject area (e.g psychology, medicine, physiology, or other life sciences).
- Candidates with experience in mental health research or clinical practice (e.g. voluntary work), or with an interest in mental health, especially self-harm, are encouraged to apply. Those with experience of psychophysiological methods would be particularly desirable, however full training will be provided.
English Language Requirements: The candidate should have a very good command over the English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
How to Apply:
To apply please complete and return the following documents to Dr Vivienne Jenkins quoting reference CHHSCi3: