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Supervisor-led Collaborative Studentship Competition

work with a supervisor and an external partner on an already developed and defined a research project

Are you looking for a funded supervisor-led collaborative studentship which will provide around £20,000 per year to undertake postgraduate study? Then read on!

SeNSS, the South East Network for Social Sciences invites you to apply for the following funded supervisor-led collaborative studentships starting in October 2023. 

Research Project 1: ‘Count Me In’ Developing and analysing the efficacy of pedagogical strategies for those providing music education to children with special needs using the Sounds of Intent framework of musical development.
Supervisor: Prof Adam Ockelford, in collaboration with Live Music Now
SeNSS Pathway: Education
SeNSS University: 
University of Roehampton

Research Project 2: Computational modelling of team foraging to understand human behaviour and cognition.
Supervisor: Dr Alasdair Clarke, in collaboration with US DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory.
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: University of Essex

Research Project 3: Understanding the processes by which patient safety experts impact patient safety goals and culture at the Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Supervisor: Prof Amit Nigam, in collaboration with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust.
SeNSS Pathway: Business and Management Studies
SeNSS University: City, University of London

Research Project 4: What is mindfulness? Development of a cross-cultural consensual definition and a cross-cultural measure of mindfulness.
Supervisor: Prof Clara Strauss, in collaboration with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: University of Sussex

Research Project 5: Autism and Biophilia: the impact of natural scenes on anxiety.
Supervisor: Dr Clare Melvin, in collaboration with Asperger’s East Anglia and SyncVR Medical
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: University of East Anglia

Research Project 6: Understanding interdependence in early adulthoods: Learning from care experienced young people who participated in Lifelong Links
Supervisor: Prof Janet Boddy and Prof Lisa Holmes, in collaboration with Family Rights Group
SeNSS Pathway: Social Work and Social Policy
SeNSS University: University of Sussex

Research Project 7: Evaluating the efficacy and mechanisms of action of app-based audio tools for improved sleep health in working adult populations: Sleep skills, sounds and stories
Supervisor: Prof Kate Cavanagh, in collaboration with Unmind
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: University of Sussex

Research Project 8: Does Climate Change pose financial risks? Would the introduction of green policies change house prices and mortgage default risk?
Supervisor: Prof Melanie Luhrmann, in collaboration with The Bank of England
SeNSS Pathway: Economics
SeNSS University: Royal Holloway, University of London

Research Project 9: Situation awareness during live operation of remote vehicles
Supervisor: Prof Polly Dalton, in collaboration with TRL – the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: Royal Holloway, University of London

Research Project 10: The role of partner support in chronic disease outcomes.
Supervisor: Dr Veronica Lamarche, in collaboration with East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
SeNSS Pathway: Psychology
SeNSS University: University of Essex

ADR UK Linked Administrative Data Studentship: Does being multilingual protect children from the effects of social disadvantage?

Supervisor: Professor Holly Joseph,
SeNSS Pathway: Education
SeNSS University: University of Reading
Further details here

Why SeNSS?

Funded by the Economics and Social Research CouncilSeNSS offers 13 social science disciplines (Pathways) across 10 universities with exceptional reputations for postgraduate training and research.

What is a collaborative studentship?

  • Join an expert team of leading social scientists and an external partner who have already developed and defined a research project.
  • Play a leading role on this team as the postgraduate researcher.

Why apply?

  • Get paid to study! This funding should cover your living costs as well as tuition fees.
  • Obtain a PhD whilst working on an innovative disciplinary topic.
  • Be supported by an expert supervisory team.
  • Join a friendly communityof postgraduate researchers.
  • Have access to fantastic training and funding opportunities.
  • Develop important employability skills.

What options are available?

  • Full or part time study.
  • +3(PhD) or 4-year (Masters and PhD) studentships.
  • Fully funded studentships (tax-free living costs at approximately £17k per year, plus London weighting where relevant, tuition fees fully paid for the duration of your funding award, and access to additional funding for overseas fieldwork, language training, and/or other research training) for successful applicants.

Are you eligible?

  • Residential criteria: Fully funded studentships are available regardless of nationality or residency. Please check our website for full details.
  • To apply for a Masters plus PhD (1+3) you will need qualificationsor professional experience equivalent to a Bachelors degree with honours.
  • To apply for a PhD only (+3) you will need qualifications or professional experience equivalent to a Masters, which includes relevant research methods training.

Interested? Here’s how to apply.

  1. Check your eligibility.
  2. Review the ten research proposals and choose the project which fits you best.
  3. Contact the named primary supervisor for an informal discussion.
  4. Think about key aspects of your application, guided by the primary supervisor.
  5. Apply for a PhD place at the university offering the project you are interested in, checking with them to find out what their internal PhD application deadline is.
  6. Complete SeNSS’s on-line studentship application by 12.00noon on 27 February 2023. The application portal will be accessible via the SeNSS website in November 2022.

For more information, please go to the SeNSS website

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Sussex, East Anglia, Essex, London, Roehampton
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Funding amount: Fully funded studentships (tax-free living costs at approximately £17k per year.
Hours: Full Time, Part Time
Placed On: 21st November 2022
Closes: 20th February 2023
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