The University of Kent is taking applications for the Kent-Wates PhD Scholarship award in Suicide Prevention in the United Kingdom for the 2021/22 school session.
One of the most demanding complex social problems in health and welfare is student suicide in Higher Academic Institutions. This research project intends to tackle the sensemaking issues in the English Higher Education sectors when various actors aim to align efforts to prevent suicides.
A chance to benefit from a team of professional supervisors: two University of Kent professionals in complex social problems: Dr. Krystin Zigan and Dr. M. May Seitanidi; Papyrus, a foremost youth suicide prevention charity, Universities UK (UUK), the delegate body for the UK’s universities and The Wates Group, a foremost construction firm with strong interest in youth suicide prevention. For additional information about the project, please get in touch with Dr. Krystin Zigan at K.Zigan@kent.ac.uk.
The University is one of the nation’s foremost academic institutions producing first-class research, rated globally exceptional and pioneering the way in various fields of study. They are a forward-looking research institution, devoted to the transformative power of education and research and to the growth and support of their students and staff.
Worth of Kent-Wates PhD Scholarship at University of Kent
This Kent-Wates PhD Scholarship award is granted to a student with exceptional research potential.
The three-year PhD scholarship program in Management will provide tuition fees at the home rate and an upkeep grant at the same proportion as the UK Research Councils (£15,609 for 2021/22).
Eligibility for Kent-Wates PhD Scholarship at University of Kent
To be qualified for the Kent-Wates PhD Scholarship award in Suicide Prevention.