A fully funded PhD studentship at Queen’s Belfast is available starting 1 October 2018 on “Chinese Customs Houses and Sino-Western Encounter in the Unequal Treaty Era”.
Deadline: Wed 11 April 2018
How to apply
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.
- The project: Dr Emma Reisz, Project Supervisor
- The SPaRK programme: Heather McGregor email@example.com
- Remuneration: Ms Aveen Lavery, EC Research Finance Manager firstname.lastname@example.org