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Thu Apr 10 2003

Support: PhD studentships at Univ/Ulster, UK

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Message 1: Support: PhD studentships at Univ/Ulster, UK - closing date reminder

Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 13:40:32 +0100
From: Alison Henry <AM.Henryulster.ac.uk>
Subject: Support: PhD studentships at Univ/Ulster, UK - closing date reminder

Studentships are available for PhD study in linguistics at the
University of Ulster at Jordanstown. Applications are invited for
research in syntax, language variation, phonology, psycholinguistics,
first and second language acquisition, language disorders and related
areas.


FULL-TIME STUDENTSHIPS

THE CLOSING DATE FOR INITIAL APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDED FULL-TIME
STUDENTSHIPS IS FRIDAY 11TH APRIL. These can be submitted
electronically and a detailed application is not required at this
stage, but to be considered a form should be submitted by the closing
date. Applications and detailed projects are considered in detail at
interview stage (which may be conducted by telephone on request). If
you have problems meeting this deadline please contact me at the email
address below.


Further details and application forms are available at:


http://www.ulst.ac.uk/research/rps/prospects/index.phtml (general 
information, application forms)

http://www.socsci.ulst.ac.uk/gradschool/ling_projects.html

(suggested linguistics project areas)


There is funding available from Department of Education and
Learning. This studentship covers full fees and a maintenance award of
about 9000 UK pounds per year for three years. However, only UK
residents are eligible for the full award; EU residents are eligible
for a fees-only award which does not include the maintenance
element. We hope that there may also be other university-funded
studentships available for students from other areas.


PART-TIME STUDY/DISTANCE LEARNING


Applications are also invited PhDs by part-time study, including the
part-time distance learning mode (where students not within travelling
distance of the university spend short intensive periods of study at
the university and between these are supported by email and telephone
contact). There is no funding available for these but the cost of fees
is very modest. Applications for part-time study may be made at any
time, but for those wishing to commence study in October this year it
is preferable to submit applications before 30th June.


For further information, contact me at:

AM.Henryulster.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)2890-366544

or +44 (0)7710-523505


Prof Alison Henry


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