|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||Please see details below|
|Placed On:||11th August 2022|
|Closes:||30th September 2022|
GRTA Studentship - Health and Education Inequalities in Practice Contexts - Allied Health Professions/Sport and Exercise Science/Life Sciences (REF: GRTA-HS-INEQUALITIES-AHP-SES-LS). Apply Here
Contact for informal enquiries: Nursing and Midwifery and Allied Health Professions – Dr Kate Thomson (Kate.Thomson@bcu.ac.uk)
Sport and Exercise Science and Life Sciences – Dr Irmi Haussmann (Irmgard.Haussmann@bcu.ac.uk)
The Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences is committed to supporting research that makes a difference to the communities we serve. As part of this commitment we are looking to recruit a new full-time Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant to work on research that helps us to better understand and respond to, through our practitioner education programmes, the health inequalities that persist in our local Birmingham context. We invite research proposals from applicants with practitioner backgrounds who can combine making a contribution to the work of our teaching teams with practice based research enquiry that supports equality, diversity and inclusion within the professional fields of Allied Health Professions, Sport and Exercise Science or Life Sciences.
This 48 month (4 year) full-time fully-funded GRTA Studentship comprises of two elements:
1) 0.75 - tax-free stipend of £12,047 per annum (paid monthly). The bursary is renewable annually for up to 48 months in total, subject to you making satisfactory progression within your PhD research.
2) 0.25 fixed term contract of employment (Assistant Lecturer) - renewable for up to 48 months in total, subject to satisfactory performance and progression within your PhD research. Please note that the pro rata salary for 2022-23 will be £7,940.50 (and this may be subject to some taxation).
This funding model also includes a FT Home fees studentship (£4,596 for 2022-23) for up to 4 years, subject to you making satisfactory progression within your PhD research.
This opportunity is open to UK, EU and Overseas applicants. International fee status applicants will be required to meet the difference in fee costs from their own funds
How to Apply
To apply, please complete an online application. In place of a personal statement applicants are required to upload a research proposal explaining their ideas about the selected project topic and how it might be studied. Please ensure you state the project reference GRTA-HS-INEQUALITIES-AHP-SES-LS on your proposal form.
Deadline for Applications
The closing date for applications is 23.59 on Friday 30th September 2022 for a February 2023 start.
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