These new scholarships provide £5000 p.a. which may be used towards Warwick University PhD fees (currently £3200 at UK/EU level) and/or living expenses.
Successful applicants will be able to fully participate in the IKON Research Centre activities.
Applications should aim to complement any aspect of IKON's current research programme (see website below), but applicants with an interest in the following areas are especially welcome:
Applicants should have a relevant masters' degree, although consideration will be given to those with other appropriate experience.
Further information about the scholarships are available from IKON's research coordinator, Dawn Coton ([email protected] tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4503).
Informal enquiries, including discussion or advice on potential research topics, can be addressed to the IKON Director, Professor Jacky Swan (email: [email protected], tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4271).
Application forms and further particulars about the doctoral programme at WBS are available from the Doctoral Secretary, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, ([email protected] tel: 024 7652 4754).
The scholarship is only open to students who are beginning their doctoral studies at Warwick.
Applicants should normally have, or expect to obtain by September 2007, a relevant masters' degree (e.g. in organization studies, innovation studies etc.) Applicants without such qualifications who can demonstrate appropriate other experience are also welcome to apply.
Applicants will have to fulfil the normal entry requirements of Warwick Business School and the University.
Applications should be made using the standard University form, marked 'IKON Research Studentship'.
They must be accompanied by two referees' reports and by a statement of research plans, covering; justification for the research topic and why it fits into IKON's research programme;
Relationship of the research to existing knowledge in its particular field and the anticipated contribution; and an outline of the research methods to be used.
Plans should be sufficiently detailed to explain the nature and significance of the proposed research (normally about 2500 words).
The closing date for applications is 15th June, 2007