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LINGUIST List 18.791

Wed Mar 14 2007

Jobs: General Ling: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The U of Manchester

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        1.    Sara Duncalf, General Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Message 1: General Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Date: 14-Mar-2007
From: Sara Duncalf <sara.duncalfmanchester.ac.uk>
Subject: General Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

University or Organization: The University of Manchester
Department: School of Languages, Linguistics & Cultures
Web Address: http://www.llc.manchester.ac.uk/

Job Rank: Graduate Teaching Fellowship

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


The Graduate Teaching Fellowship (GTF) must be undertaken in conjunction
with a PhD programme of study at the University of Manchester and
applicants for the GTF MUST possess relevant teaching experience.

The Graduate Teaching Fellow will be required to teach for 6 hours per week.

The GTF is open to Home/EU and International applicants and comprises three
elements: the payment of full Home/EU or International fees [2007/8
academic session £3240 per annum (Home/EU) or £9500 per annum
(International)], which is paid directly to the University, a monthly
salary for teaching (2006/7 academic session: £5596.55 per annum), which is
paid directly into your bank account in 10 monthly instalments and a
bursary (2007/8 academic session: £6754.80 per annum) paid in quarterly
instalments by cheque, which is normally collected the first week of
October, January, April and July.

The application criteria for the GTF are as follows:

1. You must apply and be accepted for a PhD programme of study in the
School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures.

2. You must possess previous teaching experience.

For further information regarding the teaching element of the Linguistics
GTF, please contact Mr Martin Barry, Head of Linguistics and English Language,
email: martin.barrymanchester.ac.uk

For general information and guidance regarding entry requirements and
applying for a PhD programme of study, please contact Michelle Fenlon,
Postgraduate Admissions Officer; telephone 0161 275 3559, email:

Application Deadline: 14-May-2007

Mailing Address for Applications:
Sara Duncalf
Postgraduate Office, SLLC, Humanities Lime Grove
The University Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL
United Kingdom

Contact Information:
Sara Duncalf
Email: sara.duncalfmanchester.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)161 306 1726
Fax: +44 (0)161 275 3031
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