Open University, UK has an opening PhD position. Successful candidate will have funding to work and study for three years in UK. Applications are welcome before September 07, 2020.
You will join a vibrant environment of students and academics in the Faculty of Business and Law who conduct research of the highest international standard that has economic, public and social value consistent with the mission of the Open University. You will work with subject specialists and have the opportunity to develop your skills in research communication, engagement and impact.
PhD studentships are based on full-time study for three years at the Milton Keynes campus. Students are normally expected to live within commuting distance of Milton Keynes. Studentships cover tuition fees, a generous research training support grant and a stipend (circa 15,009 per annum) for 36 months.
Applicants for the PhD programme should have minimum qualifications of an upper second class honours degree 2:1 (or an equivalent) and usually a specialist masters in a subject relevant to the intended study with a strong research element.
If your first language is not English, you will need to verify your competence in the English Language in all four elements (reading, writing, listening and speaking). The University requires a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in any of the four categories (or approved equivalent). You should have your level of proficiency certified through a provider approved by UK (latest UK scholarships) Visas and Immigration and provide your certificate and grade with your application.
The closing date for applications is noon GMT on Monday 7th September 2020. Your proposal, covering letter, fully completed application form and copies of certificates and transcripts, should be emailed (FBL-PHD@open.ac.uk) by the closing time and date.
Interviews will form part of the selection process and will be held in September either in person or remotely via videoconference. PhD candidates are expected to give a 10 minute presentation about their proposal, followed by a question and answer session.
We also welcome full- and part-time applications in other areas of business, management and law, including on a self-funded basis, dependent on supervision availability.
We value diversity and we recognise that different people bring different perspectives, ideas, knowledge and culture, and that this difference brings great strength. Applications from candidates with protected characteristics are welcomed. Where you start in life doesn’t dictate where you go.
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