Postgraduate Studentship in Journalism
The College of Arts, Humanities and Education invites applications for a fully-funded Post-graduate Studentship in the subject area of Journalism. The studentship will be granted in the form of a Postgraduate Teaching Assistantship (PGTA). This means that, alongside your research, you will be expected to undertake a limited amount of teaching through which you will contribute to the wider University community and have the opportunity to develop wider academic skills.
The candidate will propose a study within the scope of Journalism. It might cover the changes in organisational structures, technological changes, the audience shifts to different platforms, millennials and post-millennials relations with news, alternative formats of non-fictional storytelling, industrial strategies, social media, or ubiquitous news flows. However, other themes relevant to Journalism might be considered too.
- To undergo research and scholarly activity associated with their PhD programme and develop a publication record in media and communications
- To teach on programmes and modules within the agreed curricula for Humanities and Arts, particularly within the area of media, communication and journalism
- To support the Head of Subject and Programme Leaders in media, communications and journalism
- To observe and implement University policies and procedures
This is a Postgraduate Teaching Assistantship post, and the successful candidate will undertake a full time traditional route PhD programme. If appointed, you’ll receive £14,553 per annum (p.a.) for three years. On this occasion, the studentship is available only to applicants assessed as being UK/EU for fees assessment. There is also - subject to satisfactory progress – an extra £1,000 p.a. for professional development purposes. Tuition fees will be fully covered at a UK/EU level. Funding will be awarded for a period of up to three years subject to satisfactory progress.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Ivana Ebel at email@example.com or Professor Paul Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: 19 January 2017
Interviews: week commencing 19 February 2018
If you have not heard from us by 28th February 2018, please assume that on this occasion your application has not been shortlisted.
The start date is March 2018 or soon thereafter.
For details of how to apply, please see: www.derby.ac.uk/research/degrees/apply
Applications must be made using the RD02 form (MPhil/PhD by Thesis Application Form). When submitting your application and all supporting documents, please include the reference code AHE_Journalism_PGTA_0218 in the title of your email.
Complete applications should be forwarded to email@example.com