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Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC); Economics Pathway

The Scottish Doctoral Training Partnership offers ESRC-accredited training across the social sciences, and in collaboration with other funding councils.  The University of Strathclyde belongs to 8 different training pathways within this DTP, including the Economics pathway.

  • Number of scholarships 1
  • Value Stipend: £17,652 pa. Fees: Home/EU/RUK/International
  • Opens 10 January 2017
  • Deadline 23 January 2017
  • Help with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Duration 3-4 years

Eligibility

Candidates for ESRC funded studentships can be of either three years: PhD funding for students with Masters research training already, or three: Masters training plus PhD.

Academic qualifications

A good honours degree at first- or upper second-class level, from a UK academic higher education institution. In the majority of cases, students will have undertaken an undergraduate course at a recognised UK higher education institution.

Residential Eligibility

Economics studentships are open to all students regardless of their nationality.

 

 

Project Details

There are a range of different types of studentship available:

1+3 Year Studentships (48 Months) These awards provide funding for a one year Masters degree and a three year PhD study. Students who have only completed or are in the process of completing an undergraduate degree should apply for these awards.

+3 Year Studentships (36 Months) These awards will suit applicants who wish to enter directly into a PhD programme and who have already completed a Masters degree, which incorporates 60 credits or more of research methods training. 

Part-Time Studentships Part-time students receive funding for up to eight (8) years, which breaks down as up to two (2) years for Masters training and a further six (6) years for doctoral study. 

Collaborative studentships These awards involve a non-academic partner organisation, such as the Scottish Government, Skills Development Scotland, a local authority, NHS Trust, charity or business, and can take many forms. 

Advanced Quantitative Methods These awards provide scholarships (1+3, +3, part-time) for students using advanced quantitative methods (AQM) in their PhD.

Fees only studentships Theses awards are available for all of the above types of studentships when EU students have not been primarily resident in the UK for the past three years.

Further Information