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Fees & Studentships

Fees

Proposed Fees for the year 2014/15

Home and other European Union students *
Full-time fees per year: £3,996 

Overseas / (Non-EU) Students *
Full-time fees per year: £12,316
     

Funding Opportunities

Graduate Teaching Assistants

Aston Business School is delighted to offer a number of new Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) posts for the October 2014-15 academic intake.  Each of the seven Academic Groups in the Business School will have a minimum of 1 GTA post available.  The Academic Groups are: Economics & Strategy, Finance, Accounting, Aston Law, Marketing, Work & Organisational Psychology and Operations & Information Management.  For specific information with regard to these GTAs please see the Academic Group home page.

Graduate Teaching Assistants are funded for three years full-time and are valued at £20,000 per year.  Fees are deducted from this amount.  Students will be expected to pursue the PhD programme on a full-time basis and will be required to assist their Academic Group with its teaching load for an average of 6 hours per week.

To be eligible to apply for the GTAs candidates must first hold an offer of a place on the PhD programme at Aston Business School.  Further information on the application procedure, application forms, and programme structure are available at http://www1.aston.ac.uk/aston-business-school/programmes/research/

All self-funded students (Home/EU and International) who have already been offered a place on the PhD programme at Aston Business School are eligible to apply for the GTAs. 

An application form will need to be completed as part of the process.

The closing date for applying for the GTAs is Tuesday 6th May 2014. 

For any queries, please email rdp@aston.ac.uk  or telephone +44(0)121 204 3219

Student Profile

Student Profile

Jim Scott

'I chose Aston because of its strong multi-disciplinary research and because of its very strong links with local and national businesses which ensures my research is applied.'

 

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research