NNS (ESRC) Studentships:
The University of Roehampton is pleased to be part of the South-east Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS), a consortium of 10 universities working as a Doctoral Training Partnership to offer Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) studentships.
PhD / Doctoral Training
Roehampton Education areas of expertise:-
- Music psychology and music education
- Education and neurodevelopmental/sensory disorders and disabilities
- Mental health and wellbeing in education
- Early Childhood Education/Intervention
- Digital literacy/ digital skills
- Social Justice in Education
- Science Education
- Deaf Education
- Bilingual Education
Fully Funded Doctoral Studentships & Maintenance Stipend
£17,285 for maintenance and fees covered.
Eligibility / Selection Criteria:
You must ensure that you fulfil all three eligibility criteria set up by the ESRC. These are:
- Academic: for 1+3 awards (Masters plus PhD) you must have gained a 2.1 at least in your bachelor’s degree; for +3 (PhD-only) awards you must be in possession of a relevant, and ESRC-recognised, Master’s degree.
- Residency: UK, EU and international students are eligible for a full award (fees plus annual stipend). If you are unsure of your eligibility, please contact [email protected].
- We ask that students visit the SeNSS website for a description on who is eligible for an award.
- Discipline: ESRC funding at Roehampton is available only for the pathways listed above; research topics which do not fall under these areas are not eligible for ESRC funding.
More advice on ESRC eligibility criteria can be obtained from the relevant academic lead, or [email protected].
Applying procedure Instructions:
Prospective or eligible current doctoral students AND prospective Masters plus PhD students who would like to apply for a SeNSS studentship at Roehampton must do so via the SeNSS online application system, Fluidreview. Roehampton will be notified of your application automatically via Fluidreview. You will also need to complete the Roehampton online application.
Your application will then go through a two-stage process:
- The University of Roehampton will review your application and consider whether to offer you a place to study at Roehampton. At the same time, Roehampton will consider whether to progress your application through the SeNSS selection process.
- If it is considered that the application should be progressed, an internal panel will review your application and consider whether to progress your application to the external review stage of the process. If it is progressed to the external review phase, a panel of SeNSS members subject specialists will review your application and decide whether you should be awarded funding.
Roehampton online application – Details of how to apply via the Roehampton online application can be found here.
Fluidreview online application here.
Monday 1st February, 2021