Scholarships

MASTERS BY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP FEES PLUS €16,000 STIPEND.

Topic: Doctoral Education and Innovation 
Maynooth University School of Business

Funding 

We are seeking to add to CHAMELEONS team with a funded Masters by Research studentship. The studentship will cover 18 months of tuition fees and a stipend of €16,000 per year (with the possibility to extend this to 24months subject to EU approval). The successful candidate will be enrolled on the M.Litt programme of the School of Business under the supervision of Dr 

Nicola Mountford. The successful candidate will join our research team and write their M.Litt dissertation on topics related to doctoral education and innovation. 

Project Topic 

This project sits within work package 1 of the CHAMELEONS research programme. The focus of this work package is to identify the PhD and Post-Doctoral graduate skills required to gain employment in industry, in the clinical environment, in non-governmental organisations, charities etc. A survey will be undertaken across the consortium to identify courses/modules which are specifically designed to develop PhD/Post-doctoral skills and which could be made available to the students gap participating in CHAMELEONS. A purposeful sample of industry employers (e.g. technical solution developers, think tanks, healthcare service providers and planners) across Europe will be interviewed in order to determine their requirements in terms of current and future PhD and post-doctoral graduates. Finally an analysis will examine the results to determine where the gaps in education lie and where the design and development of new educational resources is required.

Closing Date: 22nd June 2020 

Commencement Date: To be confirmed. Students are expected to commence their Masters studies, at the latest by the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, in mid-September 2020. 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 873105