Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship International (2022) is available for PhD students pursuing a career in the field of psychology. You can apply for this scholarship by clicking here. The deadline for submitting your application is January 18, 2022. This scholarship is sponsored by the University of Sussex and has a value of Full Funding, £15,609 p.a., and tuition fee. This grant is available to international students.
About the provider:
The Institution of Sussex is a public research university in Falmer, Sussex, near Brighton. In August 1961, the university obtained its Royal Charter, and it was a founding member of the 1994 Group of research-intensive universities dedicated to advancing excellence in research and teaching.
Sussex’s faculty includes three Nobel laureates, 14 Royal Society Fellows, six British Academy Fellows, and a Crafoord Prize recipient. According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015–16, the university is ranked 62nd in Europe and 140th in the world. Sussex is ranked 19th in the United Kingdom by the Guardian University Guide 2016, and 19th in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016. According to the 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities, the university is ranked 18-21 in the United Kingdom and 151-200 globally.
The University of Sussex will provide the following benefits to all successful applicants of the Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship International (2022):
1. Tuition for international students
2. Living Expenses Stipend – £15,609 p.a.
Eligibility for Scholarship
All nationalities are eligible.
Courses or Subjects Eligible: Postgraduate Research degree in the School of Psychology
Applicants can apply to collaborate with any of our four research groups’ academic members:
1. Clinical and Developmental Psychology
2. Applied and Social Psychology
3. Clinical and Behavioral Neuroscience
4. Cognitive Psychology (which includes Cognitive Neuroscience)
Criteria for Eligibility: To be qualified, applicants must meet all of the following/given criteria:
Candidates must have or intend to receive a First or Upper Second Class Honours undergraduate degree, or a comparable qualification, as well as a Master’s degree in Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related area.
The following documents must be presented to the university by the students:
1. personal statement
2. work experience
3. reference letter
4. Demonstration of English language proficiency
5. Transcripts of academic work
6. Program-specific needs
A research proposal outlining your understanding of the research topic, hypotheses that could be addressed in your PhD, and an outline of prospective techniques is required for admission. The research proposal should be 1,000 to 1,500 words long and no more than 3 pages long, including references. It should be set to a minimum of 10 font types and 1cm margins.
1. Current degree transcript(s) with full performance details on all completed courses.
2. Provide two scholarly references.
3. A current curriculum vitae.
4. A document summarizing your teaching experience and demonstrating your appropriateness for the post of Doctoral Tutor.
Students must demonstrate proficiency in both written and spoken English.
The deadline to apply for the Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship International is 18th January 2022