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LINGUIST List 21.4846

Thu Dec 02 2010

Support: Applied Ling: PhD Student, U. of Nottingham Ningbo, China

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        1.     Derek Irwin , Applied Linguistics, Ling & Literature, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

Message 1: Applied Linguistics, Ling & Literature, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
Date: 01-Dec-2010
From: Derek Irwin <derek.irwinnottingham.edu.cn>
Subject: Applied Linguistics, Ling & Literature, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
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Institution/Organization: University of Nottingham Ningbo
Department: English Studies
Web Address: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/english/index.aspx

Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics
Stylistics; SFL; Modern Literature

Description:

The Division of English Studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China
operates in collaboration with its home school from Nottingham, the School of
English Studies, one of the oldest and most prestigious schools of English in the
UK. The Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics (CRAL) brings together
research across both the Division and the Home School, allowing interdisciplinary
work of the highest standard. CRAL offers an unrivalled research environment
which encourages a unique synergy between the context of our location in China
and research practice in English Studies

The Division of English Studies is advertising a doctoral scholarship in any field
contributing to Applied Linguistics and English Studies, for example,
Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Corpus Linguistics or Modern English
Literature.

The PhD fellowship is 3 years in length. The fellowship recipient will spend two
years in the Division of English Studies in China and one year in the School of
English Studies in the UK. Tuition fees will be waived and the recipient will receive
a monthly stipend sufficient to cover living costs in both Ningbo and Nottingham
(2000 RMB a month and free accommodation in the first two years in Ningbo; 700
GBP a month in the UK).

The successful candidate will be expected to start in March or June 2011.

Applicants must have a Masters degree in a relevant field.

Applications must be prepared according to the following guidelines or will not be
considered. Your application should be emailed as one PDF document that
includes the following information:

Curriculum vitae.
Include:
- Relevant work and educational background.
- Details about your completed or expected Masters degree, including
supervisors, date of completion, title of thesis and a brief description of your topic,
and any grades you received for relevant coursework.
- Details about your technical skillset, for example, this may include statistics,
experimental design/methods, neuroimaging, corpus methods, fieldwork, etc.

Personal statement of interest. No more than half a page. Include:
- Highlights of your background and career aspirations.
- Reasons for special interest in the Division/School of English Studies and
CRAL.

Tentative research proposal. No more than one page. Include:
- A sketch of your proposed PhD research project that gives a basic overview of
your proposed research and the methods you hope to employ.
Note, the details of the final research project would be decided upon in
consultation with supervisors - here we would like to see how well you can frame a
research question and test a hypothesis.

References. Provide:
- Names, titles and email contact details of two academic referees.

Proof of English-language proficiency if not a native English speaker.
Provide:
- Electronic copy/scan of TOEFL/Cambridge/IELTS certificate. This may be
submitted after the main application deadline if necessary.

The final day for applications is Wednesday, 5 January 2011. Applications
received after this will not be considered.

Send application by email (marked 'PhD scholarship application') to
roshni.mooneeramnottingham.edu.cn. All queries may also be sent to this
address.

Short-listed applicants will be contacted about interviews around the 10th of
January 2011 and interviews will be held in mid to late January 2011.

Applications Deadline: 05-Jan-2011

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Dr. Roshni Mooneeram
        199 Taikang Rd. E
        University of Nottingham Ningbo
        Ningbo Zhejiang 315100
        China

Contact Information:
        Dr. Roshni Mooneeram
        roshni.mooneeramnottingham.edu.cn
        Phone:00 86 574 8818 0271


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