The programme aims to reach families with a broader range of multiple problems including those with younger children, those affected by domestic violence and families where mental and physical health problems are prevalent.
The university will provide 100% of UK /EU tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £15,009. An annual £5000 research training support grant is available to cover research costs and local, national and international conferences and exchanges travel.
The successful applicant will have or expect to obtain, an upper second class or above in Public Health, Social Science or a cognate discipline); a Master degree (Merit or above) is desirable but not essential. If your first language is not English you need an overall IELTS score of 7.0 (with at least 6.5 in all sub-skills).
How to Apply
To start the application process for this award, applicants must apply through the University’s online postgraduate application system by creating an account. Note: You will not be able to submit your application until you have submitted your degree transcripts.
The applications of the award will not be accepted after September 30, 2019.