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Fri Dec 12 2003

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Message 1: Human Communication: PhD Studentship, University College London

Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:12:12 -0500 (EST)
From: Heather van der Lely <h.vanderlelyucl.ac.uk>
Subject: Human Communication: PhD Studentship, University College London


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

PhD STUDENTSHIP IN HUMAN COMMUNICATION

The Department is one of the largest UK centres for education and
research in communication disorders. It gained a rating of 5 in the
last RAE and has ESRC recognition for PhD and MSc research training
programmes.

This PhD Studentship offers an opportunity to graduates who would like
to pursue research within one of the following departmental research
groups:
- Development of language and communication; cognitive science
- Disorders of language and communication; brain bases of language and
 communication
- Outcome and policy research in relation to language and
 communication and the delivery of relevant support services; health
 studies

For details of current research activity, see the Departmental web
page: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/HCS/; or the Human Communication Science
Graduate Prospectus, obtainable from Mrs Sarah Alleemudder at the
address below.

You would receive a tax-free stipend of �12,500 per annum and your
fees would be paid (Home/EU rate only). You would also be offered up
to six hours a week of teaching for which you would be paid extra.

You should have a BSc/BA (1st or 2.1) and/or MSc/MA, or equivalent, in
speech and language therapy, speech sciences, linguistics, psychology
or a related subject. You should also be able to demonstrate
exceptional research potential and are likely to have undertaken
recent graduate study.

For informal enquires contact Dr Shula Chiat (020-7679-4242)
shula.chiatucl.ac.uk, or Dr John Swettenham (020-7679-4220)
j.swettenhamucl.ac.uk. For more information on how to apply, visit
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/HCS/vacancies/ or contact Mrs Sarah Alleemudder,
Department of Human Communication Science, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield
Street, London WC1N 1PG. s.alleemudderucl.ac.uk. 

The closing date is January 9th 2004.
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