Graduate Teaching Studentships

Wednesday 30 January 2013

The School of Environment & Life Sciences is pleased to offer up to three, fully funded Graduate Teaching Studentships (GTS).

Successful applicants need to register for a PhD at the University of Salford and from the scheme they will gain experience of teaching in Higher Education. Teaching usually involves demonstrating in undergraduate and postgraduate bioscience laboratories, computing sessions or field work, depending on the research area, and full training is provided.

Applications are invited for one of eight projects that span the expertise in the School and project summaries, including staff contact details can be found under each project summary. Unfortunately applications for projects outside these specific areas or with other members of staff can not be considered.

View the available projects.

For further information on the individual projects please contact the named member of staff and for information on the GTS scheme and how to apply, please see the University Graduate Teaching Studentships page.

The closing date for applications for these projects is 1 March 2013.