- Fully Funded
- University College Cork
- Marketing, Management
- International Students
Fully Funded University College Cork PhD Scholarships – Ireland 2023 are open for International Students. The scholarship allows PhD level program (s) in the field of Marketing, and Management taught at University College Cork. The deadline for the scholarship is 2023.
Cork University Business School is offering PhD. Scholarships in 2023 for all disciplines of marketing and management. The scholarship is fully funded and will be awarded on merit. The university website announced the scholarship on the 6th of September 2022.
Prospective applicants are directed to the list of potential research topics listed below and to then also consider the areas of expertise that exist in the Department when developing their research proposal. While we will consider research proposals not linked to these topics, applicants must have engaged with a potential supervisor in the preparation of their research proposal, and have their agreement to supervise the PhD, if successful. Applications without the explicit agreement of a supervisor will not be considered.
University College Cork PhD Scholarships
University College Cork PhD Scholarships 2023 is available to undertake PhD level programs at University College Cork in ireland.
The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
Scholarships provide up to four years of funding, covering doctoral program tuition fees up to a maximum of €5,900 per annum and an annual stipend of €18,500 per year (subject to satisfactory progress in studies each year). Teaching experience will also be provided and is part of the scholarship.
International students from any country.
Cork University Business School is committed to providing dynamic and supportive learning and research environment, which recognizes the diverse backgrounds and interests of both students and staff. In line with this, the successful applicant(s) will be provided with a supportive supervisory team and be provided with learning and networking opportunities to attain the highest standards of academic excellence. These scholarships seek to build on our already strong cohort of PhD scholars. We are looking for graduates who have a strong desire to earn a PhD that will attain the highest standards of academic excellence and positively influence their discipline in addition to being able to demonstrate the impact of their research on society.
The successful applicants will receive tailored guidance on their research, be part of burgeoning research focused Department and School, gain access to key international networks, in addition to gaining experience in third-level teaching. The supervisory team will be drawn from scholars with a strong track record in publishing in the leading international journals and texts in their field of expertise, gaining competitive research funding, and holding various editorial positions. The successful applicant(s) can be confident that s/he will be on the right path to a successful academic career through completing their PhD in UCC. At the earliest possible opportunity during the tenure of a scholarship, the awardee will be required to prepare one, or if necessary two, application(s), under the guidance and advice of the supervisor, for external research funding under the Irish Research Council (IRC) Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme, if eligible to do so.
If you have any queries on the scholarships or PhD program then please contact Dr Ronan Carbery at Ronan.Carbery@ucc.ie, Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning.
To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must have obtained a standard of at least Second Class Honours, Grade I in a relevant Masters’s degree.
If English is not the first language you will need to satisfy the English language requirement:
IELTS: 6.5- with no individual section lower than 5.5
TOEFL: 90 – with minimum scores as follows: Listening- 17; Reading – 18; Speaking – 20; Writing – 17
HOW TO APPLY
The closing date for PhD scholarship applications is 5 pm on Friday 28th October 2022. Presentations and interviews will take place in late November 2022.
To apply you must email through a completed application form (attached to email). In the case of applicants where English is not your first language, you must also provide evidence that you meet the entry criteria set out above.
Please note that candidates who do not submit a fully completed application form (and evidence of satisfying the English language requirements where required) by the specific deadline will not be considered. Please note that we reserve the right to check any submitted proposal for originality.
Your application should be emailed to Siobhan Boyle (Siobhan.Boyle@ucc.ie) Every application will be acknowledged.
The successful scholarship awardees will then have to submit a formal application through the University application system with an anticipated start date in January 2023.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM.
PHD SCHOLARSHIP TOPICS OF INTEREST
|David Alton||David.Alton@ucc.ie||Digital Consumer Culture Consumer Identity Projects (Digital Contexts)Sports Marketing / Fandom Studies|
|Gillian Barrettfirstname.lastname@example.org||Open innovation sustainable business models entrepreneurship education|
|Matthias Beckemail@example.com||Management challenges of a public-private partnership working in infrastructure procurementManaging pharmaceutical shortages and price fluctuation performance Appraisal, Performance Management and Organisation-Level Performance: A Review & A Proposed Model in the Post Covid World|
|Joan Buckeyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Assessing the sustainability of ethics and/or sustainability education programmes where there is context changeIndirect to consumer advertising of prescription pharmaceuticals|
|Ronan Carbery||Ronan.Carbery@ucc.ie||GigworkAlgorithmic management Automation of work|
|Lawrence Dooleyemail@example.com||University-Industry collaboration, commercialisation and knowledge exchangeEntrepreneurial ecosystems, venture creation and SME competitivenessOrganisational innovation, the circular economy and grand challenges|
|Conor Drummond & Helen McGrathfirstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com||Impact of new virtual spaces for Business-to-Business (B2B) interaction influence of Digital media on entrepreneurial network processes. Sustainability processes and circular economy innovations through digital technologies in B2B contexts.|
|Carol Kelleherfirstname.lastname@example.org||Service DesignCare and Care RelationsPublic Patient Involvement (PPI) in Health and Social Care Research|
|Thomas Lawtonemail@example.com||International political risk managementBusiness model innovation in foreign market entryStakeholder management in international business|
|Stavroula Lekafirstname.lastname@example.org||Developing healthy work environments to promote well-being and organisational sustainabilityEvaluating the policy context in employment and health to address the changing working conditions landscape and the future of work psychosocial risk management at work and the future of work: Addressing the changing nature of work and working conditions|
|ClíodhnaMackenzieemail@example.com||Ethical and Sustainable Leaders & LeadershipParadoxical Leadership in Times of CrisisRecidivistic Corporate Illegality|
|Mary McCarthy||M.McCarthy@ucc.ie||Food Sustainability Practices: Households and Consumers.Psycho-social determinants of consumer acceptance of new/novel foods and technologies.Behavioural Change: Sustainability and health as part of the food choice process.|
|Anthony McDonnellfirstname.lastname@example.org||Talent ManagementGlobal work arrangements in a post-Covid worldThe Future of Work|
|David McKevittemail@example.com||Project Management careers Job crafting and flow at work project success|
|Elaine O’Brienfirstname.lastname@example.org||Experiences of and attitudes towards menopause at work job Crafting and work engagement Emotional climate, emotional labour and employee voice|
|Sean Tanneremail@example.com||Consumer privacy and the quantified self-sustainable consumption practices meanings and knowledge: implications for food product preference and selections|