A fully funded PhD studentship at Queen’s Belfast is available starting 1 January 2018 on “Chinese Customs Houses and Sino-Western Encounter in the Unequal Treaty Era”.
Deadline: Friday 11 August 2017 (amended 18 July).
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This studentship is within SPaRK, the Queen’s doctoral training programme funded by the EU Marie Skłodowska Curie scheme. All tuition fees will be paid (including for non-EU students) and students will receive a stipend of £25,576.45 per annum and access to a generous training programme. More information.
– satisfy the Marie Skłodowska Curie mobility rule, which usually means they must have resided outside the UK for at least two out of the last three years
– be in the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers
– not yet have been awarded a doctoral degree.
More on eligibility.
Applicants should submit (all by 11 August 2017):
1) a Queen’s PhD application following the additional SPaRK instructions – see Step 1
2) a 3-minute video (sent to firstname.lastname@example.org) – see Step 2
3) an email introducing themselves and describing their interest in the project, along with a sample of recent academic work in English, directly to Emma Reisz (email@example.com).
– The project: email Dr Emma Reisz, Lead Project Supervisor
– Remuneration: contact Ms Aveen Lavery, EC Research Finance Manager
– Eligibility: contact Richard Walker, Research and Enterprise Directorate