- Co-funded and Collaborative Studentships are doctoral projects which are jointly and collaboratively run by both academic and non-academic organisations. The awarded teams then get to recruit a student to work on the project, who receives an ESRC Studentship.
- The initial stage of the competition is for academic members of staff to submit proposals for a Co-funded or Collaborative studentships.
- In collaboration with non-academic partners, projects address a research topics of both theoretical and practical importance, providing opportunities for the selected student candidate to gain first-hand -experience of work outside an academic environment.
- In the spring term students can then apply for one of the successful proposals and the accompanying studentship.
What is on offer?
- UBEL DTP studentships cover tuition fees at the UKRI rate and an annual maintenance stipend. For further information please refer to the preliminary application guide.
- The non-academic co-funding organisation makes a contribution towards the maintenance stipend and tuition fees.
- The awarded academic teams get to recruit a student to work on the project, who receives an ESRC Studentship which covers payment of tuition fees per year at the UKRI rate and an annual maintenance stipend.
- Co-funded and Collaborative Studentships can be held on a full-time or part-time basis and within a 1+3, 4-year (Integrated PhD) or +3 programme, where an individual pathway allows for these structures.
- We can now confirm that the stipend and fee levels for academic year 2022 to 2023. A minimum ‘stipend’ of £19,668 and support for home tuition fees at £4,596.
- The successful Co-funded and Collaborative Studentship opportunities for 2022 entry are listed at the bottom of this page.
Guidance for applying
- The UCL, Bloomsbury and East London DTP will accepting one or more academics working in the area of an identified DTP Pathway co-operate with a non-academic partner to put together a proposal from Monday 5th Oct 2022 12:00 to Monday 21 November 2022 23:59.
- Candidates should ensure that they carefully read the Guidance for Co- Funded and collaborative Staff application for 2023 Entry whilst completing their application.
- Apply online via Survey Monkey Apply portal.
Please note the PDF versions of the form are for guidance only and only applications submitted via Survey Monkey Apply will be accepted.
Deadlines for 2022/23
|3 October 2022 12:00||Survey Monkey Apply opens for academic staff applications|
|21 November 2022 23.59||Deadline for academic staff applications|
|16 January 2023|
|Student applications open via Survey Monkey Apply|
|28 February 2023|
|Deadline for student applications|
|March 2023||Applications assessed by supervisor|
|30 March 2023||Proposed Board meeting|
Successful Co-funded studentship for 2022 entry
- Real-time geodemographics for business and service planning – Paul Longley – UCL Geography & Didobi Limited
- The Estate Agency Business Model and the Role of PropTech – Danielle Sanderson – Bartlett School of Planning, UCL & Propertalis
- Medication management in Early Intervention for Psychosis services: Exploring shared decision-making processes – Nicola Morant & Joanna Moncrief – UCL Division of Psychiatry & North East London Foundation NHS Trust.