studentship


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the position of student

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The CDP supports three doctoral studentships each year.
THE MACULAR Society has launched a new PhD studentship fund which offers two grants of 100,000 [pounds sterling] and is open to UK students enrolling in 2015.
For example, studentship is a stage for learning and preparations for making one's life meaningful and fruitful in this world.
Under this programme, it was expected to raise interest and attract the future generation of media personnel at universities to be part of the movement against child labour and to mould them as activists from the studentship who will then take proactive actions to change the perceptions and attitudinal behaviour of society when they join the labour force in future.
Disclosures: This study was supported by the Wellcome Trust, the Stanley Medical Research Institute, and the Welsh Assembly Government Health Studentship.
The univer-r sity has been awarded a BBSRC CASE studentship, co-funded by Elsoms Seeds, which will enable PhD student Lauren Chappell to study the genetics of resistance to parsnip canker.
Triform's curriculum has two major elements: a studentship program lasting between three to five years in which participants cycle through semester-long rotations in the community's various vocational areas, often changing residential homes as well, and an apprenticeship program for studentship graduates, where one vocational area is studied in depth.
11 -- Sections of Sri Lanka's Sabaragamuwa University student population staged a walkout on Thursday (February 10, 2011) against suspension of studentship of student union leaders, who were found to have engaged in the ragging of freshers.
Mr Harkins commenced his professional career as a graduate health and environment specialist following a studentship with the government service in the United Kingdom.
Funding for the studentship is being provided by the Natural England Environment Research Council which funds science that increases the public's understanding of the natural world.
is the recipient of a studentship from the Seamus Heaney Centre at
Phil Willis, chairman of the select committee, said that the arrangement meant that "research intensive" universities received a "triple whammy" of funding, through the new training centres, project studentship grants and responsive mode grants, while smaller universities, with fewer students, lost out.
Minis with vanguard friends in Paris and by the sea: there are page-by-page videos of sketchbooks, and digital simulations of unbuilt cities and interiors: but also real artifacts watches from his studentship in Switzerland with L'Eplattenier, lively folk pottery, tables and chairs co-designed with Charlotte Perriand: and his paintings: nature-studies.
This also applies if the candidate is applying for a PhD studentship, in which the topic can be pre-set according to the curriculum of the specific research unit.
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