Studentship opportunities in 2017
This year, we’re offering up to ten fully funded studentships across a range of research areas. Explore your options:
Computing and technology
Health and social care
Successful applicants will benefit from a fee waiver and a stipend/bursary at Research Councils UK (RCUK) level. For 2017-18, this is £14,553. As PhDs run for three years, your stipend will be uplifted in line with RCUK recommendations for each year of study.
The Vice Chancellor’s PhD Studentships are open to full-time UK/EU applicants.
To apply, you’ll need:
- a 1st
- or a 2:1 and a Masters at Merit level or above (or equivalent).
Your qualifications should be in an area related to the studentship you’re applying for.
You should be ready to submit your thesis within 3.5 years pf starting your PhD. Please note that the University retains intellectual property rights to the research.
For further information and to download an application form please click here.