Graduate Teaching Assistant award scheme
The School of Management and Business Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) scholarship scheme offers a package of research, training and career development for full-time PhD students. These awards are tailored to enable students to develop the necessary skills required to meet their career choices and offer a breadth of development opportunities to enhance their research, teaching and transferable skills.
Students within the scheme will make an agreed contribution to SMB as a condition of the PhD scholarship. Teaching is not the only option though. The career development contribution could involve research, editorial work, professional placements, or other personal development opportunities.
Competition for SMB GTA Scholarships
The competition for three GTA scholarships is now open to students who wish to study for a full-time PhD commencing in September 2013:
To be eligible you must:
1. have or expect to obtain at least upper second class honours in your first degree
2. achievement of 7.0 in IELTS, or equivalent, as the normal case, for non-UK students
3. have a research proposal that complements research programmes underway in SMB.
4. be commencing your doctoral study in September 2013 Value of Scholarships Successful candidates will receive a grant for up to three years which will cover their tuition fees (up to the UK/EU rate of Â£3900) and also provide them with a maintenance allowance of approximately Â£13,590 and access to a travel and conference fund (Â£500 per annum). Scholarships commence from the main intake: 23rd September 2013. There are three awards available for the September 2013 intake.
Due to funding restrictions non-EU students would have to cover the difference between UK/EU tuition fees and the non-EU tuition fees from their scholarship.
For the 2013/14 academic year, applicants to the University DCDS and Glyn Rowlands schemes will automatically be considered, as will PhD students already accepted by the School. New applications (ie those received after 9th July 2013) will be considered if scholarships remain available.
There are no additional forms for applicants to complete for this competition. Decisions will be based on the application to study for a PhD. Applications must include an application form, two academic references, academic transcripts and a research proposal (1000 to 1500 words). No other forms are required.
The regulations and criteria below that pertain to these studentships may be accessed from this page. These regulations are subject to annual review.
DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS â July 26th 2013