Submit an application to participate in a funded full-time Ph.D. studentship starting in the first quarter of 2021 on health projects themed ‘Responding to COVID-19 and the Climate Emergency’.
Selected applicants will team up with savvy like-minded students and experts in the Faculty of Business and Law to work and conduct research of the highest global standard, and receive the opportunity to develop innovative skills in relevant fields.
Application Deadline: September 7, 2020
Successful candidates in the Studentships will receive:
In order to be considered for the Ph.D. program,
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The Open University Business and Law Schools, otherwise known as the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL), is funding Ph.D. studentship projects themed ‘Responding to COVID-19 and the Climate Emergency’ in a bid to facilitate growth and change in the aftermath of an unprecedented pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic and worldwide lockdowns has contributed another layer of complexity to the ongoing climate crisis.
With usual activities on hold and reduced economic output, there’s been a noticeable improvement to the environment in many countries, showing what a greener future could look like.
Three projects focus on climate emergency:
These projects are focused on the pandemic and its aftermath to address a variety of topics from rethinking relations between organizations and the material/natural environment; to gender, ethnicity and class at work and social inequalities laid bare by the pandemic; and the future of work through empirical research with workers.
These projects are being directed by academic experts selected from the Business and Law Schools.
Hence the themed call for PhD research projects that consider the organizational and legal challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate emergency as urgent global challenges that management, business, and legal researchers can help to mitigate.
Forward all applications with relevant documentation before or by September 7, 2020.
The Ph.D. studentships will start by February 1, 2021.
The PhD studentships will be based on a full-time study for three years at the Milton Keynes campus.
Students are expected to live within commuting distance of Milton Keynes.
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.