King’s Business School invites applications for funded, full-time doctoral research studentships to start in the 2018-19 academic year.
Application Deadline:25 January 2018 at 5 pm
Institution of Study: King’s College London
Country of Study: united kingdom
Scholarship Value: The studentship is for three years and will cover tuition fees and an annual stipend of £16,553. In order to prepare students for academic careers, individuals receiving a studentship will be expected to undertake some teaching and/or marking activities in the School. Any teaching undertaken will attract payment in addition to the stipend.
Nationality Eligible: All applicants for the full-time Ph.D. programme are eligible to apply, including Home, EU and International students.
Level of education: Graduate level
All applicants for the full-time Ph.D. programme are eligible to apply, including Home, EU and International students.
You will be required to live in the UK throughout your full-time studies, although it is understood that you may need to spend short periods overseas while conducting fieldwork.
How to apply
Applicants are strongly advised to contact a member of academic staff to discuss the research proposal prior to making an application.
There are two steps to apply for a studentship and both must be completed before the deadline to be included in the competition:
- A short ‘studentship application form’ must be completed and submitted to Flores Anderson-Bryan, Research Officer, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- An application for entry to the programme must be submitted online, see Research Courses. To be eligible for a studentship, applicants must specify a Ph.D. in Management & Business with a start date of September 2018 or January 2019. In the ‘Funding’ section of the Online Application Form, applicants should indicate that they are applying for a King’s Business School Doctoral Research Studentship. Applicants should use the ‘Research Proposal’ section of the application form (approx. 500 words) to set out their doctoral thesis and project in summary. They should use the ‘Personal Statement’ section (approx. 500 words) of the application form to set out their academic background and interests and their reasons for wanting to pursue a postgraduate research study in the School.
Interviews via video or phone will be held during February and March 2018, with final decisions made by April. All successful applicants will join the Program in September 2018.
Decisions will be announced in March 2018.
General inquiries: Flores Anderson-Bryan, Research Officer, email@example.com.