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AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship 2023 by University of Salford

Detail of Scholarship:

The AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship offered for International Students. The University of Salford provided this opportunity for International Students to study in the UK. This scholarship provides an opportunity to complete a Studentship degree-level program(s) in the field(s) of All Subjects at University of Salford. Students are strongly advised to apply for this scholarship position before the last date i.e. 03 Feb 2023. The AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship provide partially funded as a scholarship benefit to the successful candidates.

The AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship is for those students who are willing to complete their Studentship degree(s) in the field(s) of All Subjects, in the UK on scholarship.

Short Detail of AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship:

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schoolInstitute Name: University of Salford
mapCountry to Study in: UK
bookCourses Offered: All Subjects
readingDegree Level: Studentship
studentStudents Nationality: International Students
fundingScholarship Award: partially funded
calendarLast Date/Dead Line: 03 Feb 2023

International Students are welcome to apply for the AHRC NWCDTP Doctoral Studentship 2023. The scholarship allows studentship-level programmes at the University of Salford’s All Subjects field. The scholarship application date is February 3, 2023.

In all of the AHRC’s disciplines, the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP) provides postgraduate studentships, supervision, training, and skill development. It is one of seven Centers for Doctoral Training (CDTs) and eleven Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) established with this goal in mind.

For postgraduate researchers interested in conducting doctoral research and training, the AHRC NWCDTP offers funding. They have 15 discipline Pathways, which are broadly categorised as Languages and Literatures, Creative and Performing Arts, and Histories, Cultures & Heritage.

The NWCDTP is committed to assisting those frequently underserved populations. They are working to resolve imbalances and promote equality of opportunity as they begin a process that will hopefully address the underrepresentation and disparities inside their organization.

Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:

The AHRC NWCDTP particularly welcomes applications from prospective candidates from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented in Higher Education.

How to Apply for Scholarship:

The deadline for applications to be submitted is 5pm GMT on Friday 3 February 2023.

To apply for an award, candidates must have applied for a place on a program at ONE of the seven NWCDTP institutions by Friday 13 January 2023 – Please note some institutions may have earlier deadlines, please check with your local administrator before applying.

Candidates must also submit a NWCDTP Funding Application by Friday 3 February 2023 (5pm GMT) in order to be considered.

Please find below the application form, and guidance on how to apply. Please ensure to also submit an Equality and Diversity Monitoring form when you submit your funding application. Please ensure that you take into account our initiatives and policies around Equality, Diversity and Inclusion when preparing an application. Please also ensure that you look at our Sustainability Toolkit when preparing an application.

Any questions please contact your local administrator (see appendix 2 in the guidance) or contact [email protected]

Ring Fenced Studentships

The NWCDTP is committed to equality of opportunity and working to ensure our cohort of postgraduate researchers reflects the diverse community we serve. We have introduced a range of positive measures to assist in achieving these commitments, recognizing in particular that postgraduate researchers from Global Majority, Disabled, and Socioeconomically Unequal communities are currently underrepresented on our programmes and across the UK university sector. The introduction of these measures follows a review of our recruitment processes and forms part of a three-year plan we have developed to achieve greater diversity and better equality outcomes.

One of the steps we have taken as part of that plan was to introduce ring-fenced studentships during a 2 year period (2021-2023). In 2022/3, we will guarantee one candidate from Global Majority (including heritage) communities a studentship. Applicants from these groups will, of course, also be considered as part of our recruitment to all of the available studentships. Students who consider themselves to be from socioeconomically unequal backgrounds are able to apply for our Broken Pipeline scholarship. Finally, as a means for addressing problematic disparity within the discipline, we are offering one ring-fenced studentship to a Female (female in this context meaning anyone identifying as a woman) Philosophy student. These ring-fenced studentships, apart from the Broken Pipeline scholarship, are open to International applicants.

Applicants wishing to apply for one of the ring-fenced studentships will have the opportunity to identify themselves on the application form as wishing to be considered for these targeted studentships. Their applications will be considered as part of the standard award competition and will be subject to the same assessment criteria and schedule (see how to apply above).

Applications workshops

They will be running online application workshops via Zoom for those who are interested in applying. Please find below dates, times and details on how to join our workshops :

In the meantime, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact  [email protected].