Measuring Impact, ResM Studentship for UK/EU

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Measuring Impact, ResM Studentship for UK/EU

Plymouth University, Faculty of Health, Education and Society offers studentship for research students in the UK. The research project element will seek to measure the impact of a UK-registered charity that provides support for children with epilepsy. This is a part-funded ResM studentship (tuition fees only) tenable for up to 2 years from October 2013. This studentship pays for fees (at the Home/EU student rate) for the student for the ResM (£3,950).  To be eligible for the studentship, candidates must be a UK/EU national who has been ordinarily resident in the EU for the previous 3 years. Overseas applicants are eligible, but must fund the difference in fees between the overseas rate (currently £ per annum) and Home/EU student rate. Application should be submitted till 13th September 2013.
 
Study Subject(s): The project title will be Measuring Impact, ResM Studentship. The research project element will seek to measure the impact of a UK-registered charity that provides support for children with epilepsy.
Course Level: Plymouth University offers research studentship tenable for up to 2 years for master’s students.
Scholarship Provider: Plymouth University, UK
Scholarship can be taken at: UK
 
Eligibility: -Applicants should have a degree in any subject and will be able to participate in appropriate masters level modules.
-To be eligible for the studentship, candidates must be a UK/EU national who has been ordinarily resident in the EU for the previous 3 years.
-Overseas applicants are eligible, but must fund the difference in fees between the Overseas rate (currently £ per annum) and Home/EU student rate.
-a first or upper second (2:1) degree with honours or professional qualification, recognized as being equivalent to degree standard; or
-an ordinary degree, foundation degree, higher national diploma, or university diploma, accompanied by substantial experience in an appropriate field.
 
Scholarship Open for International Students: UK/EU and international students can apply for this studentship.
 
Scholarship Description: This is a part-funded ResM studentship (tuition fees only) tenable for up to 2 years from October 2013. The research project element will seek to measure the impact of a UK-registered charity that provides support for children with epilepsy. The student will also take a minimum of 40 credits of taught modules including a Research Methods module (20 credits) and a taught module applicable to the subject area (20 credits).


Number of award(s): Not Known
 
Duration of award(s): Studentship is offered for up to 2 years.
 
What does it cover? This is a part-funded ResM studentship (tuition fees only) tenable for up to 2 years from October 2013. This studentship pays for fees (at the Home/EU student rate) for the student for the ResM (£3,950).  To be eligible for the studentship, candidates must be a UK/EU national who has been ordinarily resident in the EU for the previous 3 years. Overseas applicants are eligible, but must fund the difference in fees between the Overseas rate (currently £ per annum) and Home/EU student rate. Evidence of this funding must be submitted at the application stage.
 
Selection Criteria: Not Known
 
Notification: Interviews of applicants will be on 18th September 2013.
 
How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post or email. Make sure you have all your supporting documents. Documents required usually include:
-Evidence of qualifications (certificates or transcripts) to show that you meet, or expect to meet the entry requirements
-Evidence of English language ability, if English is not your first language
-Two references
-A research proposal
-Visual evidence for art and design applicants – always check the department website for instructions and guidance, as requirements vary
-Two passport photographs
-Curriculum Vitae or résumé, if required
-Proof of sponsorship, if applicable.
-Check the department website for any additional documents you need to provide.
- Check the closing date, or funding deadline for research applicants, and apply as early as possible as our programmes are popular.
 
Deadline: The application deadline is 13th September 2013.

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