Fully Funded Ph.D. Position in Second Language Studies with a Specialization in Language Testing in the USA

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Fully Funded Ph.D. Position in Second Language Studies with a Specialization in Language Testing in the USA

 

The Michigan State University (MSU) Second Language Studies (SLS) Ph.D. Program and the MSU College of Arts and Letters, with support from SAGE Journals, seeks to fully sponsor a language-testing-focused doctoral student to work as a Graduate Editorial Research Assistant while obtaining a Ph.D. at MSU.

Start Date: May 13, 2019

 

Duties:

  • Assist Drs. Paula Winke (Michigan State University) and Luke Harding (Lancaster University) with Language Testing editorial duties.
  • Receive a full MSU tuition waiver, monthly stipend and health care, 12 months per year.
  • Attend (with funding) LTRC to assist with the annual LT editorial board meeting.

 

How to apply:

  1. Apply directly to the MSU SLS Ph.D. Program by December 7, 2018 at http://sls.msu.edu/admissions/
  2. Online, you must choose the “First Semester to Enroll” as “Summer 2019 (5/13/2019 – 8/15/2019).”
  1. Under “Personal Statement,” write “Application for the Language Testing

Graduate Editorial Research Assistantship” at the top.

 

Questions? Email Dr. Paula Winke This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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