PhD Opportunity on Psychology, University of Birmingham [UK]

PhD Opportunity on Psychology, University of Birmingham, School of Psychology, UK
Up to 10 PhD Studentships available for October 2009
The School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham is the 3rd highest ranking department for research in the UK. We seek excellent applicants for up to 10 University and Research Council funded research studentships for students wishing to start a research degree in October. The admissions process runs throughout the academic year, but we particularly encourage applications to be made by 16/03/09.

These studentships are available in any of the areas covered by the School of Psychology’s three major subject groupings:

(i) Behavioural Neuroscience (neuroimaging, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, cognitive neurophysiology)

(ii) Developmental, Social and Applied Psychology (developmental psychology, forensic, clinical, social cognition)

(iii) Language, Cognition and Perception. (visual perception, reading, speech and gesture production)

Further details on the research groupings can be found here.

More detailed descriptions of the research interests of our staff can be found here.

The studentships pay the tuition fee and a maintenance allowance currently £12,940 per annum. Home and international students are eligible to be considered for these studentships. Tuition fees for non-EU overseas applicants will be paid at the home tuition fee rate.

Applications and further details can be obtained from:

Mrs Parveen Chahal, Course Administrator
Telephone: 0121 414 4906
Email: p.k.chahal[ at ]bham.ac.uk