A fully-funded PhD studentship in Linguistics at Lancaster University
We are pleased to announce that a full funding is available for a three-year
PhD in Linguistics at Lancaster University, beginning in October 2018 on the
topic of “Phraseological competence in spoken L1 and L2 English: Using corpus
methods to inform language testing”.
The PhD studentship is funded by the ESRC North West Social Science Doctoral
Training Centre (NWSSDTP) and will be undertaken in collaboration between
Lancaster University (the Department of Linguistics and English Language) and
Trinity College London. The studentship covers full-time academic fees and
provides a yearly stipend (£14,553). It also includes access to a Research
Training Support Grant (RTSG) for reimbursement of research related expenses
including – but not limited to – conference attendance and training courses.
The PhD studentship offers an excellent opportunity to work with a team of
experts at a world-leading Linguistics department.
The application deadline is 9th April 2018.
To read more about the project, eligibility criteria and the application
process, please visit http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/phd-studentship
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