University of Essex Psychology Doctoral Scholarships
Our University of Essex Psychology Doctoral Scholarship supports talented
PhD students to study in our Department of Psychology.
Two scholarships are available in 2017-18.
If you have an excellent academic background, the potential for future
achievement and financial need, you could be eligible. Once awarded, you'll
receive the scholarship for three years of your PhD (subject to satisfactory
progression). The scholarship includes:
- a fee waiver equal to the Home/EU fee (international students will
need to pay the balance of their fees)
- a stipend of £12,000 per year
- a training bursary of £480 per year
funding, which can be used to 'buy' advanced skills training
You can apply for this scholarship if you have been offered a place at
Essex for a full-time PhD, starting in 2017-18.
MPhil and Masters by Dissertation courses are not eligible.
If you're a current student looking for information about an award you
received, see our terms and conditions
for previous years.
How to apply
Applications for 2017-18 are now closed.
If you haven't applied for SeNSS funding
You need to apply for admission to the University via our
online postgraduate application form.
If you haven't applied for a SeNSS studentship you should complete the
University of Essex Psychology Doctoral Scholarship application form
(.docx). Please note that you must be applying for a new programme of study at the University
of Essex, starting in October 2017, in order to be eligible. Applications for the
University of Essex Psychology Doctoral Scholarship must be submitted by 17 January 2017.
After you apply
Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on:
- academic ability - based on previous academic qualifications
- research potential - based on the candidate's research proposal
submitted with their application, as well as their statement on the
scholarship application form
- professional development potential - based on the candidate's
skills, aptitudes and potential to support their department's
undergraduate teaching or research activities
If your application has been successful you'll be notified by early April by our Funding Team. If you have any queries please