International Students are welcome to apply for the Accounting and Finance Subject Group – Management School (ULMS) Funding Call, UK 2022-23. The scholarship covers PhD level programs at the University of Liverpool in the fields of accounting and finance. The deadline of the scholarship is 07 Jan 2022.
About the Provider:
With an annual turnover of £420 million, including £150 million for research, the University of Liverpool is one of the UK’s premier research institutions. Liverpool is a member of the prestigious Russell Group, which comprises the UK’s finest research universities, and is placed in the top 1% of higher education institutions worldwide.
The University boasts 27,000 students and 175,000 alumni from 182 countries, making it a truly global university. Because of its worldwide orientation, the university has established a university in Suzhou, a UNESCO World Heritage site near Shanghai, in collaboration with Xi’an Jiaotong University, a top 10 Chinese university. Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is based in Suzhou Industrial Park, one of Asia’s most successful business parks and a hub for foreign investors, attracting 3,300 international organizations, including 84 Fortune 500 companies. It represents a new model for a British operation in Higher Education in China.
In keeping with the more extensive doctorate training provision at ULMS, the selected candidates will receive an annual stipend of £15,609, as well as a fee remission and access to student support funds.
Eligibility for Scholarship
Applicants must have a strong desire to conduct research.
Procedure for submitting an application:
All sections of the University Postgraduate Study Application Form must be completed. Applications must be submitted online through the University of Liverpool Apply Online system, with Management Studies, Economics, or Accounting & Finance as the subject of study. https://app.askadmissions.co.uk/AYApplicantLogin/fl ApplicantLogin.asp?id=liv
Select Sponsor as the financing source in the Finance section, then type ‘PHD-GTF-ULMS-2022 studentship’ in the box below. Make this the opening line of your Personal Statement as well.
Applicants should send the following supporting papers in addition to the completed application form and Personal Statement:
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Two signed academic reference letters on letterhead paper
- Transcripts from the university
- Language skills in English
All applicants must meet a minimum standard of English language proficiency (IELTS 7.0 overall with a minimum of 6.5 in each component) and, if applicable, produce evidence of this. The University accepts GCSE English, GCE O level English, AS Level English, A Level English Language, IELTS, Cambridge Proficiency, and other qualifications. Please see the complete list here. If you have any doubts about whether your English qualification fits the standards for this Studentship, please contact the Research team before applying.
- Certificates of completion
- Statement of purpose
- Proposal for research
Please write a 2000-word summary of your PhD proposal. Within this word limit, references/bibliography should be supplied. The evaluation panel will examine each proposal carefully against the following essential criteria:
- Is the study’s goal and contribution stated clearly?
- Is the recommended approach in line with the study’s objectives?
- Does the study clearly foresee its practical implications for the above-mentioned major research areas?
- Is the timescale specified both reasonable and realistic?
The proposal should include an explanation of why you want to conduct this research as well as your thoughts on the unique problems and opportunities it may present. Here’s where you can learn how to draft a PhD research proposal.
Applications that are incomplete or late will not be accepted. Please make sure you include all of the materials listed above with your application.
The last date to apply for the Accounting And Finance Subject Group – Management School (ULMS) Funding Call, UK 2022-23 scholarship is 07 Jan 2022