Sheffield Hallam University is offering opportunities to study on the joint PhD programme with La Trobe University, Australia, to start February 2021. There are 6 potential projects available to applicants with one having a specific focus on hospitality. Three scholarships are also available, and these will be awarded to the strongest applicants overall.
The topic is entitled – Digital nomads? Impacts of mobile technologies on hotel financial decision-making across cultures and will be supervised by Dr Alisha Ali and Dr Natalie Haynes at Sheffield Hallam and Dr Elspeth Frew at La Trobe.
Students on the joint PhD programme will be enrolled on a PhD at both institutions. Your supervisory team will comprise academics from each institution who will provide support and guidance throughout your research. You will benefit from the research community, networking and collaborations of the SHU/LTU global partnership. As a student of both institutions you will have access to services and support provided at SHU and LTU, including a range of professional and personal development for researchers.
These scholarships are open to Home, EU and International applicants. However, the scholarships pay tuition fees at Home levels only, and students who are liable for the International fee rate will be expected to provide the difference between the Home and International fees from another funding source.
For further information on how to apply please see the Sheffield Hallam University website.