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[England] PhD Studentships on General Linguistics, Phonetics, Language Variation/Change at University of York

The Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York has an AHRC Doctoral Studentship in any area of Linguistics and a Teaching Studentship in either Phonetics or Language Variation and Change to award to students entering the PhD programme in September 2011.

It also have a Master's scholarship for the new MA in Phonological Development in Childhood to offer for study beginning September 2011. Scholarship applications must be received by 30 April 2011.

[England] The Bloomsbury Colleges PhD Studentships

The Bloomsbury Colleges consortium brings together six University of London colleges comprising Birkbeck (Bbk), Institute of Education (IoE), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Royal Veterinary College (RVC), School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and The School of Pharmacy (SoP) is offering twelve PhD Studentships, each of three years duration, to start October 2011.

[England] Doctoral Studentships from City University London

City University London is continuing its investment in academic excellence by offering up to 75 fully-funded, full-time, 3-year Doctoral Studentships commencing in October 2011.

Applications are sought from exceptional UK and overseas graduates and are particularly welcome in the following areas:

[England] MSc Scholarships in Management and Information Systems, University of Manchester

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The School of Environment and Development invites applications for a fully-funded scholarship for candidates from developing countries for Master's study by distance learning on the MSc Management and Information Systems. The scholarship will cover all study costs including tuition and examining fees and course material costs.

The programme is offered by IDPM's Development Informatics Group, with staff members contributing to the University's Centre for Development Informatics.

[England] 30 PhD Studentship at Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London

Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, England recruits about 30 PhD students annually for whom interested in pursuing a research degree in Earth Science and Earth Engineering. PhD topics are generally appropriate for those with first degrees in Earth Sciences, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or related subjects. Applications may be made at any time, but most students apply between November and January. We welcome enquiries from individuals .

PhD's are available in the following areas:

[England] 5 PhD Studentships on Faculty of Computer Science & Technology, University of Cambridge

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Faculty of Computer Science & Technology, University of Cambridge are seeking five PhD students across a range of system topics to investigate the implications of photonic networks on future large-scale computer systems (such as data centres or scientific computers) with a focus on power consumption reduction.

[England] PhD Studentship in Power Plant Technologies - Cranfield University

Cranfield University - School of Engineering offers PhD Studentship in Modelling and Simulation of Coal-fired Supercritical Power Plants with CO2 Capture Ability (in the Context of Carbon Capture and Storage)

A project is funded by Biomass and Fossil Fuel Research Alliance (BF2RA). The project is aimed at investigating whether a supercritical power plant with post-combustion CO2 capture plant can satisfy the UK Grid requirements. The study will be carried out through modelling and simulation. A major power generation company in the UK will be closely involved.

[England] PhD Studentship in Epidemiology at Institute of Psychiatry - Department of Psychological Medicine

Applications are invited to join the South London Diabetes Cohort study (SOUL-D) which is a prospective study examining the effects of depression in 2000 newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes.

Depression is a common problem in diabetes and is associated with worse biomedical outcomes and increased mortality. Little is understood as to the risk factors for depression, what is its natural history and how biological, social and psychological factors interact to increase morbidity and mortality.

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