Queen Mary University of London Lecturer in Mental Health (Teaching & Scholarship); Deserving students can receive a Lecturer in Mental Health (Teaching & Scholarship) from Queen Mary University of London. The application date is September 14th, and the reward amount this year is £40,797. Candidates must be international students majoring in psychology, medicine, or dentistry who are enrolled in classes in London.
Both postgraduates and undergraduates are eligible for this grant. The MSc/MRes Mental Health: Psychological Therapies course or the BSc Psychology degree’s Psychopathology module are both covered by this grant.
Application Deadline: 14th September 2022.
- Organization: Queen Mary University of London
- Department: Psychiatry and Mental Health
- Course level: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
- Award amount: £40,797
- Number of awards: several
- Eligible countries: United Kingdom
- Subjects: Mental Health, Psychology, Medicine & Dentistry
- Eligible courses: BSc Psychology course, MSc/MRes Mental Health
- Eligibility: International and UK Students can apply.
The Wolfson Institute of Population Health, which emphasizes academic discipline, research, the translation of findings into public health initiatives, and the actual implementation of those plans, is home to the Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health. One of the top universities in the world is Queen Mary University of London (in the top one percent of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education).
We have a strong reputation for academic achievement, which is furthered by our inclusion in the Russell Group of top UK institutions. As a result, we are able to draw some of the best minds to study, teach, and conduct research at our institution. Our expert staff members are extremely knowledgeable and skilled in their specialized professions, guaranteeing that our students receive a top-notch education.
The chosen candidate will enrich the school’s or institute’s and the entire institution’s intellectual life. They will contribute to providing top-notch instruction, management, assessment, and scholarly work for the MSc/MRes Mental Health: Psychological Therapies course, the postgraduate Psychopathology module of the BSc Psychology course, and other courses as needed. Delivering lectures, organizing and setting up tests, leading group tutorials, managing student research projects, and marking tests are all included in this.
There are numerous opportunities for ongoing academic development as a teacher and learner in HE through the QMUL Teaching Recognition Project (TRP), which provides a framework for recognition up to and including Senior Fellowship with the Higher Education Academy.
How to Apply
In terms of international research into biopsychosocial mechanisms for the prevention and treatment of mental illness, the Centre for Psychiatry & Mental Health stands at the forefront. Additionally, we offer a variety of postgraduate courses in the field of mental health, with approximately 200 students enrolling in programs on forensic mental health, creative arts and mental health, cultural and global views on mental health, and psychological therapies in 2021–2022.
With the help of these programs, students can conduct clinical and research work in mental health settings in a special, culturally sensitive manner. Visit our website for additional information or get in touch with us personally if you’re interested in applying to one of our postgraduate programs. Any inquiries you may have regarding the application procedure can be answered by our team with no problem.