PhD Studentship in "Nurse Identity in the 21st Century"

PhD Studentship – Teaching Assistant in the College of Health and Social Care, Department of Nursing and Professional Practice.  

PhD Studentship Graduate Teaching Assistant in Nursing and Professional Practice

Qualification type:



Derby, UK

Funding amount:

£15,009 stipend pa + UK home/EU tuition fees


Full time


20 January 2020


5 February 2020

Start date:

March 2020 or next available intake

The College of Health and Social Care has an opportunity for a full-time postgraduate teaching assistantship in the postgraduate Health Care Department of Nursing and Professional Practice.

The successful applicant will receive a stipend of £15,009 per year and a personal development budget of £1,000 per year for four years. The post also covers home/EU PhD tuition fees for four years. Please note, if your application is successful and you are assessed as overseas for fees purposes, you will need to pay the difference between the home/EU fees and the overseas fees.

The intended start date is March 2020, or the next available intake.

The successful applicant will be expected to complete his or her PhD within four years on the traditional route PhD on the subject of “Nurse Identity in the 21st Century”.

Applicants will become part of a friendly and welcoming team and will be supported and managed by his or her supervisors.

To apply

For general information on required documentation and a step-by-step guide, go to our how to apply page.

Completed applications should be submitting via our online application system quoting funding reference H&SC_Nursing_PGTA_0120

For any subject–specific enquiries, please contact: Dr Wendy Wesson or Suzanne Le Blond

Closing dates for applications: 20 January 2020

Interviews: 5 February 2020

If you have not been invited for interview by the interview date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.