Language Requirement Not Required
Fields of study Finance And Accounting
Opportunity Type : Partially Funded
Duration 4 Years
Language of Instruction English
Opportunity ID 95839
The Management School, College of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Liverpool offers Graduate Teaching Fellowships (GTFs) to applicants worldwide with a pre-existing master or equivalent degree with sufficient research background to combine study Ph.D. while gaining teaching experience through the program. Participating in this program will help the Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTFs) secure funding for their Ph.D. research. Therefore, if you or some you know is eligible for the program, don’t forget to apply and share it with them.
Abbreviation: University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)
Application deadline: 8 January 2021
Duration: Four years (early completions are also permitted)
Research area: Business and Finance
ULMS will offer GTFs a yearly stipend of £15,285 plus a fee waive.
- A possible top-up payment may be available for International candidates, subject to availability.
- Fellows will have access to student support funds in line with the wider doctoral training terms at ULMS.
- Completing the program will enable GTFs to secure funding for their doctoral research.
- Participants will receive training and mentoring to become rounded academics.
- Undertaking their research, they will have the opportunity to contribute to ULMS’s vibrant research culture and to the delivery of a fabulous learning experience for students in the School.
- ULMS subscribes to a wide range of advanced financial and accounting databases that facilitate empirical research while hosting world-class speakers in its seminar series and conferences, offering excellent networking opportunities.
- It offers a highly friendly and intellectually inspiring research environment for Ph.D. students.
- In the first year, fellows will have to demonstrate progress in fostering their research skills, typically through taking relevant courses on select Masters’ programs.
- Also, completion of teacher training programs offered by the University and limited teaching engagement, mainly through shadowing and mentored classroom involvement, is a requirement of the program.
- In years two to four, fellows are required to complete a total of up to 300 hours of teaching (equivalent to 100 hours per annum), together with the doctoral research project.
- The fellowship is open to applicants from any part of the world.
- Applicants from any subject area can apply and participate in the subject area under the coverage of the program.
How to apply?
Applicants may apply online.
Points to consider:
- Applicants must complete all sections of the University Postgraduate Study Application Form.
- In the application system, selecting the program of study “Management Studies”.
- In the Finance section select funding source ‘Sponsor’ and insert ‘PHD-BLPRULMS-2021 studentship’ in the box below.
- Also, include the reference number as the first line of your Personal Statement.
In case of any queries, you can contact the university’s research support team at [email protected]
Visit the University of Liverpool website for more information regarding the program.
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