PhD: School of Economics Doctoral Scholarship

University of Kent - School of Economics

Successful candidates will be awarded a full scholarship, which will include an annual tuition fee waiver (regardless of fee status) and a competitive maintenance stipend of £14,553 per annum. The School of Economics at the University of Kent will be awarding a number of doctoral scholarships for outstanding students who will begin their PhD study in the School in September/October 2018.

School of Economics Scholarships are funded in full by the School itself and are aimed at attracting the most able research students, boost our academic community and promote economics research excellence in Kent.

Scholarships are offered in the form of Graduate Teaching Assistantships, whereby PhD students receive financial support in return for a limited amount of teaching (up to six hours per week) across the Autumn and Spring terms.

Criteria

  • Successful candidates will demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding research potential, and will have obtained a good undergraduate honours degree (a First or good 2i), and ordinarily a Master’s degree with Merit or Distinction.
  • The scholarship competition is open to all new postgraduate research applicants (current Kent research students are not eligible for these scholarships). We accept candidates in any area of economics, but we encourage applicants to take a look at the School's research specialisms in order to identify a potential area in which you are interested in working.
  • UK, EU and overseas fee paying students are invited to apply. Please note that overseas students must have the appropriate documentation to evidence eligibility to work in the UK. Further information can be found at: www.kent.ac.uk/human-resources/immigration/right-to-work/acceptable-documents.html

How to apply

Submit a formal application to study for a PhD in Economics or Agri-Environmental Economics - apply online here.

Please ensure that you include:

  • at least two academic references - these must come from a professional/institutional email address (not a gmail/Hotmail/Yahoo account), or be uploaded as a signed document, either on headed paper or validated with the university stamp)
  • a detailed research proposal
  • transcripts of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
  • your CV

Complete a short scholarship application form.

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