Fully Funded PhD Studentships- Now Being Advertised

Research at the University of Worcester has grown significantly over the last 10 years. This growth is most clearly shown in the outcomes of the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014). Worcester was the most improved University in the UK based on Research Fortnight’s “Research Power” measure, reflecting a more than four-fold increase in the number of staff submitted compared to RAE 2008 and a commensurate increase in the quality of the research. As a consequence of its REF 2014 submission, Worcester’s QR income for 2015- 16 is up by 341% from 2014-15.

The University is committed to further developing its research profile in the coming period, through a strategic approach to its support for and investment in research. As part of this investment it is funding a number of PhD studentships in its areas of particular research strength. These are three-year, full-time, doctoral research studentships. Each studentship attracts a bursary, in addition to a full tuition fee waiver.

The full studentship adverts can be viewed by clicking the links below.

Illness and Treatment Perceptions in Bipolar Disorder

Exploring borderline personality disorder diagnosis in bipolar disorder in the UK

Domestic Violence in the Family Court System

Dementia and Sports reminiscence, memory and nostalgia: Engaging with the cultural dimensions of sport as a means of improving community engagement for people living with dementia.

Exploring informal processes in the workplace to develop contemporary career interventions, using a reconceptualised framework of career success.

The socio-ecological sustainability of the ‘Tiyeni’ conservation agriculture system in Malawi

History of Religion and Education

Please visit the University of Worcester’s website to download the relevant application form, and return this by the closing date to the Research School at research@worc.ac.uk. Please note that each project has an individual closing date which is listed on each advertisement.

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