Category: Scholarship Vacancies

Tomato early blight – identification of genetic sources of resistance to Alternaria solani (KESS2 PhD Scholarship).

  Project Title: Tomato early blight – identification of genetic sources of resistance to Alternaria solani (KESS2 PhD Scholarship) Location: Bangor University, School of Natural Sciences Project ID: BUK2169 Annual Stipend: £14,628 Application Deadline: 17 June 2019 We are offering an opportunity to learn plant pathology and work with industry partners (Burpee NL and the Sarvari… Read more »

Research Masters scholarships in Molecular Medicine

Research Masters scholarships in Molecular Medicine    Bangor North West Cancer Research Institute, School of Medical Sciences, Bangor University Project ID: BUK2176 Annual Stipend: £11,702 Application Deadline: 7/6/2019  A competitive KESS2 studentship is available to an excellent student to fund a Research Masters (MRes) degree in Molecular Medicine. The studentship provides a stipend of £11,702… Read more »

The influence of occupational physical activity for employee health, well-being and productivity.

The influence of occupational physical activity for employee health, well-being and productivity. (KESS2 PhD Scholarship) Project Team: Dr Rachel Lord (Academic Lead Supervisor) Dr Mike Stembridge (Academic Supervisor) Prof Diane Crone (Academic Supervisor) Mr David Saunders (Lead Company Supervisor) Project Outline: Regular moderate-vigorous physical activity is essential for maintaining health and wellbeing. Despite this, only… Read more »

‘Footie Families’: An evaluation of a family engagement intervention to improve pre-school children’s motor development.

‘Footie Families’: An evaluation of a family engagement intervention to improve pre-school children’s motor development (PhD Scholarship).         Applications are invited for a PhD studentship funded by the Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship (KESS 2 East) scheme intended to start October 2019. The project will be based in the School of Sport, Health… Read more »

Partnership Approaches to Hoarding (PATH): An investigation into the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing techniques to address hoarding behaviour- MbyRes

Partnership Approaches to Hoarding (PATH): An investigation into the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing techniques to address hoarding behaviour This is a funded MbyRes, including a generous stipend and tuition fees, with well-resourced circumstances for a successful scholarship. Here is an exciting opportunity to study the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing in addressing hoarding behaviour, which could… Read more »

Developing aesthetic heuristics to leverage more ‘insightful’ data visualisations for better business decisions -PhD Scholarship

Developing aesthetic heuristics to leverage more ‘insightful’ data visualisations for better business decisions       Project Team: Fiona Carroll (Academic Lead Supervisor) Esyin Chew (Academic Supervisor) Paul Newbury (Academic/Industrial Supervisor) Project Outline: The way data is displayed can drastically change the understanding of the data and the decisions being made from this data. With… Read more »

Long-term effects of targeted strength and conditioning on golf swing performance in talented junior golfers (Project SWING)- PhD Scholarship

Long-term effects of targeted strength and conditioning on golf swing performance in talented junior golfers (Project SWING)       Project Team: Dr Rhodri S. Lloyd (Academic Lead Supervisor) Dr Jon L. Oliver (Academic Supervisor) Dr Zach I. Gould (Academic/Industrial Supervisor) Ms Gillian O’Leary (Lead Company Supervisor) Project Outline: This is an exciting opportunity to… Read more »

Welsh Ontology of Family Law (MRes Scholarship)

Welsh Ontology of Family Law Bangor University, Canolfan Bedwyr’s Language Technologies Unit along with the Law School Annual fee: £11,313 Application deadline: 11 April 2019 Available to start as soon as possible This is an advertisement for an MRes scholarship for a Welsh Ontology of Family Law, for which the ability to speak Welsh is essential…. Read more »

Clinical Validation of the Digital Human Model for Postural Assessment (MRes Scholarship)

Clinical Validation of the Digital Human Model for Postural Assessment University of South Wales Project ID: 21101 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 20th May 2019 Here is an exciting opportunity to study a digital human modeling which could lead to entirely new approaches in postural assessment and visualisation in rehabilitation engineering. This is a… Read more »