Lecturer in Mental Health (Teaching & Scholarship)
The Queen Mary University of London offers Lecturer in Mental Health (Teaching & Scholarship) to deserving students. This year, the award amount is £40,797, and the application deadline is September 14th. Eligible candidates must be international students studying in London and majoring in psychology, medicine, or dentistry. This scholarship is open to undergraduates and postgraduates. It covers the cost of tuition for the Psychopathology module as part of a BSc Psychology course or an MSc/MRes Mental Health: Psychological Therapie course.
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.
Lecturer in Mental Health (Teaching & Scholarship) (1)
The Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health is part of the Wolfson Institute of Population Health, which focuses on academic discipline, research, the translation of research into public health strategies, and their practical implementation – all dedicated to reducing disease and disability. Queen Mary, University of London, is one of the world’s leading universities (in the top one percent of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education).
We have an impressive reputation for academic excellence, reinforced by our membership in the Russell Group of leading UK universities, which helps us to attract some of the brightest minds to study, teach and research here. Our professional staff are highly qualified and experienced in their respective fields, ensuring that our students receive a world-class education.
The successful candidate will contribute to the intellectual life of the School / Institute and wider institution. They will contribute to delivering high-quality teaching, administration, assessment, and scholarly activity for the undergo postgraduate Psychopathology module part of the BSc Psychology course, MSc/MRes Mental Health: Psychological Therapies, and other courses as needed. This will include delivering lectures, coordinating and setting up assessments, facilitating group tutorials, supervising student research projects, and marking assessments.
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
The Centre for Psychiatry & Mental Health is at the forefront of research internationally into the prevention and treatment of mental illness through biopsychosocial mechanisms. We also have an active suite of postgraduate teaching in mental health, including programs on psychological therapies; cultural and global perspectives on mental health; creative arts and mental health; and forensic mental health, attracting over 200 students in 2021-2022. These programs provide students with a unique, culturally-informed approach to clinical and research work in mental health settings. If you are interested in applying to any of our postgraduate courses, visit our website for more information or contact us directly. Our team would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the application process.