Southampton Business School has an ambitious quality driven strategy of growth, which will see us strengthen our position as a world-class business school in research, education and enterprise. To enable world-leading research and generate knowledge that is recognised in the global academic community, we are seeking to award full PhD scholarships to outstanding candidates in a number of disciplines as outlined below to play crucial roles in the School achieving its vision of transforming business and society for the better.
For this scholarship, we welcome PhD project proposals from candidates with an interest in HRM/OB and Organizations Studies. The successful candidate is free to study the topic of his/her interest. However, we particularly welcome proposals from candidates with an interest in:
- The Future of Work (New ways of work, gig economy, employment relationship, leadership, labour market institutions and the comparative outcomes of people, organizations and/or countries, work-life balance & wellbeing, digital transformation, work-non-work interface, gender in organizations, careers, diversity, inclusion and inequalities at work & organisations).
- Ethics, CSR and Responsible Organising (Democratizing work organizations, co-operative forms of work, inequalities, social economy & social change, ethical leadership, sustainable HRM, political CSR, degrowth, sustainable organizing, grand challenges & social sustainability).
The scholarships consist of full tuition fees and annual stipend of £15,009 (£1,250.75 per month) for 3 years, which are open to both UK/EU and international/overseas students. Ideal candidates will possess bachelor’s degree with first class and master’s degree with distinction or equivalent in any of our broad disciplines of business and management. Candidates will also need to meet our standard admission requirements for PhD students in addition to a strong research proposal.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
United Kingdom › Southampton
31 May 2021