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Doctoral Studentship (Inclusive of a Part-time Demonstrator Role)

Liverpool Hope University

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Liverpool
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount: £28,756 - please see advert
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 13th January 2022
Closes: 6th February 2022
 

Applications are invited for two part-time PhD studentships (4 years). One studentship to begin before 1st March 2022 and the second before the 1st October 2022.

The Department of Psychology is offering two funded, part-time PhD training posts. The postholders will register, and have their fees met, for a part-time PhD in Psychology. In relation to fees the studentship will only cover amounts given for Home fees in each relevant year. Overseas fees will only be covered up to the Home fee amount, if applicable, the applicant must pay the difference between the Home and the overseas tuition fee rates given at the time of payment.

A requirement of the PhD studentship is that successful applicants can undertake a fixed term Demonstrator role. This will be a paid position within the Psychology department and is offered on 0.5 FTE basis. The role is a fixed term position for 4 years, or until you have successfully submitted your PhD (whichever is soonest). The purpose of this role is to provide PhD students with working knowledge from within an academic environment. Due to the fundamental aim of the role, to train and develop candidates whilst they are undertaking a PhD qualification, this position can only be offered to those enrolled on the PhD studentship.

Projects

Psychology at Liverpool Hope is building its research profile. It has excellent research facilities and can offer supervision in Developmental Psychology, Social and Applied Psychology and Vision and Cognitive Psychology. Interested applicants should approach potential supervisors and discuss their research proposals prior to applying. Applicants should refer the website at: www.hope.ac.uk/psychology/ourresearch/researchopportunities

This page highlights potential projects and supervisors. The department will only consider proposals in areas where we have established expertise to provide supervision.

Demonstrator role

The postholders will primarily provide support for the teaching of research design and analysis to undergraduate students. Face-to-face teaching will not exceed 6 hours per week. The postholders will be required to provide other general support to the Department.

Salary for Demonstrator role: Grade 6 (Spine point 24), £28,756 pro-rata for part time, actual salary £14,378. This is subject to the usual statutory deductions of Tax, NI and Pension.

Eligibility

Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Psychology or related discipline. In addition, applicants should have, or expect to hold when taking up the post, a distinction-level Master’s degree, at the time of registration for the PhD.

To apply

Applicants should apply by making an application a postgraduate research application in Psychology at pgr.hope.ac.uk. You will need to submit a CV, transcripts/certificates, details of two academic referees, and a research proposal (maximum of 1,000 words) with your application. The proposal should also name the suggested supervisor(s) and include a reference list (not included in the word count).

Informal inquiries about projects and/or supervisors may be sent to Dr Neil Harrison (harrisn@hope.ac.uk).

Closing date

The closing date for applications is Sunday, 6th February 2022 (midnight, UK time)

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