Wednesday, January 21, 2009

University of Birmingham PhD Scholarships in Psychology October 2009

University of Birmingham, School of Psychology:
Up to 10 PhD scholarships for October 2009

School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham is the 3rd highest rank in the research department of the United Kingdom. We look for good Up to 10 applicants for University and Research Council funded research fellowships for students wishing to start a research degree in October. The admission process is implemented throughout the academic year, but above all to encourage the requests made by 16/03/09.

These scholarships are available at any of the areas covered by the Faculty of Psychology of three groups of subjects:

(i) The behavior of Neuroscience (neuroimaging, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, cognitive neurophysiology)

(ii) Development, Social and Applied Psychology (developmental psychology, forensic, clinical, social cognition)

(iii) The language, cognition and perception. (visual perception, reading, expression and gesture of production)

More details about the research groups can be found here:
More detailed descriptions of the research interests of our staff can
can be found here:

The payment of tuition grants and a share of maintenance currently £ 12.940 a year. Home and international students right to be considered for these scholarships. Tuition fees for non -- Applicants from outside the EU will be paid at the rate of enrollment of origin.

Applications and other details can be obtained from:
Ms. Parveen Chahal, Course Administrator
Phone: 0121 414 4906
Email: pkchahal [at]

Dr. Allen HA
RCUK Research Fellow
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT
Tel: +44 (0) 121 414 3601
Fax: +44 (0) 414 4897
Email: HAAllen [at]

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