[Học bổng du học Anh– PhD- Economics-Newcastle University]
Newcastle University Business School is inviting applications for a Peter and Norah Lomas PhD scholarships in Economics. UK/EU and International applicants are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.
Newcastle University’s aim is to be a world-class research-intensive university and deliver teaching and facilitate learning of the highest quality.
Business School attracts world-leading researchers from across the world and these are individuals who are ready for change and eager for challenge. They want to expand fields of research and academic excellence, and redefine the future of society and business.
Applicants need a good level of English language to study at Newcastle University. Applicants will need to provide a recognized English language test or qualification. This is usually a test score of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent, but requirements can vary between IELTS 6.0 to 8.0. All students need at least 5.5 in each sub-skill, or equivalent.
Deadline: 22nd April 2016
Course Level: Studentship is available for pursuing PhD programme at Newcastle University.
Study Subject: This studentship is available to someone with a strong background and a research focus in one of the following areas of Economics:
List of subjects: Applied econometrics
-Applied microeconomics, including industrial, regional and public economics
-Banking, empirical finance and risk management
-Financial markets, insurance and behavioral finance
-Health, risk, safety, environmental and experimental economics
-Labour market economics and applications
-Macroeconomics, trade, FDI and international economics.
Scholarship Award: The studentship will cover PhD fees at the home/UK rate and a level of subsistence equal to that provided by ESRC studentships (estimated rate of £14,057 in 2016/17).
Scholarship can be taken at: UK
Eligibility: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible to apply for this scholarship:
-Applicants of UK/EU and International status can apply.
-The holder of the studentship may have the opportunity to undertake a small amount of teaching within the School. Payment for this will be at a standard hourly rate in addition to the annual studentship.
-Applicants should have a good Honours degree (first-class or upper-second-class Honours) in an area related to the proposed field of study. It would be an advantage if applicants also had, or expected to receive by autumn 2016, a master’s-level qualification at ‘credit’ or ‘distinction’ level in a relevant subject area.