The University of Winchester offers PhD studentships across the full range of our subject areas, academic departments and research centres.
Fully funded doctoral studentships for 2017
Applications are invited for fully funded studentships in the following areas (click on the links to find out more about each studentship):
* Open studentships:
Faculty of Arts (Performing Arts, Film & Media, and English, Creative Writing & American Studies)
Faculty of Education, Health and Social Care (Education Studies, Liberal Arts, Teacher Development, Children’s services, and Health & Social Care)
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Applied Social Sciences, Archaeology, History, Psychology, and Theology, Religion & Philosophy)
** Please note: the application deadline for this Psychology studentship is 31 May 2017
The studentships are for a maximum period of three years and annual renewal is subject to satisfactory progress. Applicants will normally have a track record of high academic achievement, relevant to the discipline being applied to, demonstrated by a first class or upper second undergraduate Honours degree and/or a Master’s degree (or equivalent) and supported by two academic references*. The ability to work independently, with the support of a supervisory team, and the enthusiasm to contribute to a vibrant and stimulating research environment are essential.
For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions information sheet.
- Deadline for applications: midnight 15 May 2017 (Psychology studentship only: 31 May 2017)
- * Applicants will need to instruct their referees to email their references directly to firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 May 2017 (Psychology studentship only: by 15 June 2017)
- Interviews will be held between 19 – 30 June 2017
- Awards commence on 1 October 2017
Enquiries from self-funded applicants are welcomed all year round. For general information on postgraduate research degrees, including supervision, contact details, how to apply and fees, click HERE.
Photo: research student working in one of our dedicated PGR study rooms