A studentship for the project ‘Interpretable scoring models for understanding household financial distress’ under the supervision of Dr Belen Martin-Barragan and Dr Raffaella Calabrese.
£14,777 + £4,260 tuition fees + £750 research training support grant + £450 overseas fieldwork support
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Students from UK or EU countries are eligible to apply.
ESRC grants are available for students who:
Meet the residency criteria (EU or UK residency, see below for details)
Has or expectant of a First class or good 2.1 degree
Have a nomination by one of the ESRC eligible institutions
Hold a conditional or unconditional offer of a place in a relevant discipline on a PhD programme at an eligible institution (some institutions confirm offers of a place once the award of a studentship has been made)
Applicants whose first language is not English are to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level.
31st May 2018
You must submit your online application for thePhD programmeby the scholarship closing date. Please note you will not be able to access the scholarship application form unless you have an admission to the University of Edinburgh.
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Submit two academic references If your PhD in Management application includes two academic references.