Study at the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. The University of Liverpool Management School is inviting applications from prospective PhD candidates with an outstanding academic achievement and research potential for three Brett PhD Student Fellowships in Entrepreneurship .
The University of Liverpool’s newly established Brett Centre for Entrepreneurship is inviting applications for up to three fully-funded PhD studentships. The entrepreneurship field of research is booming and we are especially interested in applications in three main areas: ‘place’; ‘people’; and ‘performance’. We are not overly prescriptive in terms of specific projects or their methodologies, as we are looking to appoint creative and talented students who can contribute to the development of the Brett Centre and its exciting new environment. However, proposals may seek to use existing concepts within these areas, such as eco-systems, social inclusion and innovation, or draw upon related fields outside the entrepreneurship domain to help in the development of theory and practice.
Successful candidates will receive an annual stipend of £15,609* plus a fee waiver to cover four years of full-time stipend and tuition fees. Overseas students will receive fees at Home rate (a possible top up payment may be available for International candidates, subject to availability); the maintenance grant for Overseas and Home students is the same amount.
How to Apply
Applicants must complete all sections of the University Postgraduate Study Application Form. Applications to be made via the University of Liverpool Apply Online, system, selecting programme of study Management Studies
In the Finance section select funding source Sponsor and insert ‘PHD-BRETT-ULMS-2022 studentship’ in the box below. Also include this as the first line of your Personal Statement.
Alongside the completed application form and Personal Statement, applicants should submit the following supporting documents:
1. Does the study clearly articulate its aim and contribution?
2. Is the proposed methodology consistent with the research aim?
3. Does the study clearly foreshadow its practical ramifications for the key research areas identified above?
4. Is the proposed timeline both feasible and realistic?
The proposal should explain why you would like to undertake this research and your thoughts on the distinct challenges and opportunities it might bring. You can find information on how to write a PhD research proposal here.
Incomplete and/or late applications will not be considered. Please ensure you submit all of the above documents with your application.
Closing Date for Applications: 18th March 2022
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