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Scholarships and funding opportunities

A range of studentships funded by ESRC NINE DTP can be applied for:

a) +3 Year Studentships for students who have already completed, or will have completed by the

commencement of their PhD, a Masters that included 60 credits or more of core research methods training.

b) 1+3 Year Studentships for students who are yet to commence a research methods training Masters degree.

c) +3.5 Year Studentships for students who have completed, or will have completed by the commencement of their PhD, a Masters in a relevant discipline, but who have not completed or will not successfully complete 60 credits or more of core research methods training. Students selected for these awards will also be registered on and required to complete a 60-credit Research Training Certificate during their first year of study, but receive an additional six (6) months funding in support of this.

d) Part-time equivalents to the above studentships are available across all accredited pathways.

For details, please visit https://www.ninedtp.ac.uk/the-application-process/

A range of studentships funded by ESRC NINE DTP can be applied for:

a) +3 Year Studentships for students who have already completed, or will have completed by the

commencement of their PhD, a Masters that included 60 credits or more of core research methods training.

b) 1+3 Year Studentships for students who are yet to commence a research method training Masters degree.

c) +3.5 Year Studentships for students who have completed, or will have completed by the commencement of their PhD, a Masters in a relevant discipline, but who have not completed or will not successfully complete 60 credits or more of core research methods training. Students selected for these awards will also be registered on and required to complete a 60-credit Research Training Certificate during their first year of study, but receive an additional six (6) months funding in support of this.

d) Part-time equivalents to the above studentships are available across all accredited pathways.

For details, please visit https://www.ninedtp.ac.uk/the-application-process/

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