L' Université de Nottingham Trent (RU) offre 12 généreuses bourses doctorales pour une durée de trois ans, à partir de septembre 2013. Détails ci-dessous, en anglais.
Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarships 2013
The University is awarding 12 fully-funded Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarships for 2013.
The studentships will pay UK / EU fees and provide a maintenance stipend linked to the RCUK rate (currently £13,590 per annum) for up to three years. Applications from non-EU students are welcome, but a successful candidate would be responsible for paying the difference between non-EU and UK /EU fees. (Fees for 2012 / 13 are £11,300 for non-EU students and £3,828 for UK / EU students.)
The Scholarships are being offered across all our subject areas, including the School of ARTS and HUMANITIES
The School of Arts and Humanities invites applications from well qualified candidates, who have or expect to graduate with good first degrees or Masters level qualifications, to undertake doctoral studies in a range of the School’s subject areas.
The Graduate School offers a multidisciplinary research culture with a thriving postgraduate community and well-established staff / student research seminars. Students are supported by a training course in research practices, which provides a grounding in the methodologies and research skills that are essential to the professional researcher.
Research in the School is rich and diverse; with staff conducting internationally recognised and world leading research. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, 80% of research within the School was judged to be of international quality. Particularly strong areas include Communication, Culture and Media Studies, English, French and History, with other areas developing their profiles.
Researchers in the School work in collaboration with a range of scholars from across the academic community in Britain and Ireland as well as in North America, continental Europe and the Far East. This has the benefit of creating a varied and informed research community with links throughout the world that enhance the experience of research staff and research students. This international perspective helps to attract research students from across the world.
The link below contains further information on research projects and staff research interests for French:
Download an application pack.
The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 9 am on Friday 15 February 2013.
Jean-Pierre Boulé, Professor of Contemporary French Studies, Executive Editor Sartre Studies International http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/ssi/ Deputy School Research Coordinator, French UoA Coordinator School of Arts and Humanities, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS www.ntu.ac.uk/hum | T: +44 (0) 115 848 3396 | E: Jean-Pierre.Boule@ntu.ac.uk