Collaborative, Joint and Project-Linked Studentships
In addition to our Open Studentship competition, the Warwick ESRC DTC every year offers a number of Collaborative Studentships which give students the opportunity to undertake study in collaboration with the public, private or voluntary sector.
What is an ESRC Studentship worth
|Department||Training Pathway||Collaborating Organisation||Research Topic||Application Deadline|
|Warwick Business School (WBS)||Management and Business Studies||Institute for Collaborative Working||Understanding the Psychology of Collaboration||Thursday 30 June 2016|
As part of the The Midlands Graduate School (a collaborative venture between Warwick's ESRC Doctoral Training Centre, The University of Birmingham's ESRC Doctoral Training Centre and The University of Nottingham's ESRC Doctoral Training Centre), the University of Warwick is delighted to announce that they will be hosting 2 joint ESRC DTC studentships for 2016 entry, one in conjunction with the University of Birmingham and one in conjunction with the University of Nottingham. For further information on the two joint studentships and how to apply please see below:
- ESRC Joint Doctoral Award on "Sleep problems and impairment in young people at risk of developing psychiatric disorders: can technology be used in treatment?" in conjunction with the University of Birmingham. For further details of the project and how to apply please see here . The deadline for applications has now passed.
- ESRC Joint Doctoral Award on "Virtual reality as a tool for improving young people’s mental health" in conjunction with the University of Nottingham. For further details of the project and how to apply please see here . The deadline for applications has now passed.
In addition to the above Collaborative and Joint Studentships, this year the ESRC DTC is offering 2 Project-Linked studentships connected to the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) in the Economics Department at the University of Warwick. The Economics Department is additionally funding a third Studentship also linked to CAGE.
For details regarding the research topics please visit: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/research/centres/cage/people/phdfunding
For further details on how to apply please see here . The deadline for applications has now passed.