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Διδακτορικές υποτροφίες από το London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Εκπαιδευτικά Νέα

Το 2019, το London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) θα προσφέρει περίπου 100 υποτροφίες σε νέους υποψήφιους διδάκτορες, μέσω των LSE ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) DTP Studentships (δίνονται τουλάχιστον 30 υποτροφίες κάθε έτος) και των LSE PhD Studentships. Οι υποτροφίες καλύπτουν το σύνολο των διδάκτρων καθώς και ετήσια αμοιβή ύψους περίπου £16.000-18.000.

Δείτε παρακάτω όλες τις πληροφορίες για τις υποτροφίες στα αγγλικά.

 

LSE PhD Studentships

Eligiblity

LSE PhD Studentships are tenable for four years and cover full fees and an annual stipend of £18,000. They are available for UK, EU and international students undertaking research in any LSE discipline, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance.

These awards will be made solely on the basis of outstanding academic merit and research potential. This relates both to your past academic record and to an assessment of your likely aptitude to complete a PhD in your chosen topic in the time allocated.

The studentships include a requirement that scholars contribute to their department as part of their research training, in the form of teaching or other work, usually from year two onwards.

How to apply

Academic departments nominate students for consideration by a School panel for all PhD funding opportunities they may be eligible for. There is no separate application for any of these studentships.

To be considered for this funding, you must submit your complete application for admission to LSE by a specific date. This date differs by academic department. Refer to the individual programme page for the relevant deadline information. Find your graduate programme.

  • deadline for MRes/PhD Economics for 2019 entry (including PhD Studentships and ESRC funding): 12 December 2018
  • funding deadline for first round of PhD Studentships and for ESRC funding for 2019 entry: 7 January 2019
  • funding deadline for second round of PhD Studentships deadline for 2019 entry (some departments only): 26 April 2019

 

ESRC Studentships

LSE has an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP), housed in the PhD Academy in LSE's prestigious Library building.

The ESRC is the UK's largest organisation for funding research on economic and social issues. It supports research which has an impact on business, the public sector and the third sector.

ESRC Studentships are available in a number of programmes for UK and EU students (including research master's linked to a PhD programme). A minimum of 30 studentships are available each year.

Eligibility

Individual programme entries detail which programmes are eligible for ESRC funding. Find your graduate programme.

ESRC Studentships are available in a number of programmes for UK and EU students. A minimum of 30 studentships are available each year. 

Funding can cover one year's research training master's linked to a three year PhD, two year MRes linked to two years of study or a three year PhD programme. Find out more about these different award types.

Each academic department is responsible for nominating students for funding.

LSE's DTP covers a large range of research programmes within the School, and awards are spread across departments.

The ESRC are keen to see students involved in collaboration with non Higher Education partners (charities, private sector, public sector) and if you have an existing involvement with an organisation which might support your research, and which might benefit from your work in doing so, you should flag this up on your application. 

Scholarship amount

Studentships are tenable for three or four years, depending on the programme of study and subject to satisfactory academic performance.

They cover full fees (UK and EU level) and an annual stipend, which for 2017 entry was £16,553.

LSE provides a separate stipend award of the same amount for any EU students selected who do not meet the ESRC eligibility criteria for a full award. This is assessed and set up automatically as part of the award process. 

There is additional DTP funding available during the research programme to support difficult language training, field work, overseas institutional visits (in particular to partner institutions in Africa and Asia), and all collaborative opportunities, established or new.

How to apply

Applications for ESRC funding for master's programmes linked to a PhD

The 1+3 scheme provides funding for a one year research training master's linked to a PhD programme and is designed for students who have not already completed an ESRC recognised programme of research training.

If you would like to be considered for this, you should submit an application for the relevant master’s programme, including a research proposal for the PhD aspect of the pathway. You must also indicate your wish to be considered for the 1+3 pathway within your personal statement.

Applications for ESRC funding for direct entry to a PhD programme

Academic departments nominate students for consideration by a School panel for all PhD funding opportunities they may be eligible for. There is no separate application for the studentships.

To be considered for this funding, you must submit your complete application for admission to LSE by a specific date. This date differs by academic department. Refer to the individual programme page for the relevant deadline information. Find your graduate programme.

  • funding deadline for first round of PhD Studentships and for ESRC funding for 2019 entry: 7 January 2019

 

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