University of Leeds School of Philosophy Postgraduate Studentships in Philosophy, History & Philosophy of Science, and Health Care Ethics
The School of Philosophy intends to offer up to four studentships for suitably qualified candidates accepted for full-time or part-time postgraduate taught or research degree programmes in the School. The awards which are tenable from September, 2005, will be to the value of no less than £7000 plus full fees. PhD awards are for one year in the first instance, renewal being subject to satisfactory progress. The School operates a professional training and development scheme for postgraduates: as part of this scheme, successful applicants are given the opportunity to undertake teaching, which is paid at an hourly rate.
With over 25 staff, the School of Philosophy is one of the largest in the country, and has an active graduate school offering taught MAs in Philosophy, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, History and Philosophy of Science, and Health Care Ethics as well as research supervision in all major areas of Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science. Within its Philosophy section, the school is particularly strong in Metaphysics, and is especially interested to attract applications from outstanding students in that area. The School helps with relevant conference expenses and provides a bursary (up to £200) for archive research.
Application forms and further particulars for the studentships and for graduate study are obtainable from Ms. Kate Hickson, Postgraduate Secretary, School of Philosophy, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK, email: [email protected], tel: 0113 343 3263, fax: 0113 343 3265.
Closing date for applications: 28 February 2005
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