The Department of Chemical Engineering has up to 10 fully-funded scholarships available for outstanding PhD applicants each year. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship, you are expected to have obtained (or be heading for) a First Class Honours degree at Master’s level (or equivalent) in chemical engineering, another branch of engineering or a related science.
The standard period of the scholarship is 42 months. The scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of their fee status, and cover both tuition fees and an annual tax-free contribution to maintenance costs of £16,553.
How to apply
In order to be considered for the Chemical PhD Scholarships, you will need to submit an application for admission through the online admissions system. The Progamme is Chemical Engineering Research – Full Time. Your application form must include:
Full transcripts of your university studies to date
A personal statement to support your application, which should outline your research interest and experience
The contact details of 2 referees, at least one of whom must be an academic referee (for example your project supervisor or personal tutor). You will be asked to give the e-mail addresses of the referees, which will trigger reference requests directly to the referees. Please do not upload reference letters, as the references must come directly from the referees. References are confidential between the referee and the College. Please note that the e-mail addresses must be personal institutional addresses (university or company e-mail addresses) rather than webmail addresses, as these are not acceptable.
The scholarships are very competitive and you should demonstrate an outstanding academic record and research skills. Applications will be considered by an academic selection panel, which meets twice a year. The application timeline is as follows:
Application deadline: 31 October for entry in October of the following year
The shortlisting panel will meet in late November and interviews will be held in late November or early December
Successful candidates will be sent a list of available projects and supervisors within a week of the last interview and we will endeavour to allocate projects by the end of December
This scholarship is open to applicants intending to study on the 2018-19 London-based MSc Nutrition for Global Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine on a one-year, full-time basis.
The scholarship will cover
2018-19 tuition fees, and
a tax-free stipend (living allowance) of GBP 16,750.00, and
a MSc summer project allowance of GBP 2,000.00.
To be eligible for these scholarships, applicants must
The selection panel awarding this highly competitive scholarship will consider applicants’ experience and qualifications and potential, looking for those with the greatest potential to accelerate in their career and make significant contributions to public and global health, and/or health-related research (following a year’s study at the School).
The Glasgow MBA Scholarship is a new scholarship which aims to attract exceptional candidates with strong qualifications, work experience and/or strong leadership skills, and may also take into consideration applicants on a needs by needs basis
The MBA Scholarship is awarded as a value of up to £10K and will be used towards tuition fees. It is offered on a competitive basis.
Candidates must be a high academic achiever (1st Class Honours) and/or an excellent record of accomplishment of professional achievement.
You must have successfully passed your interview and received an unconditional offer.
For 2018-19 intake, applicants with a conditional offer upon only IELTS and who have had a successful interview may also apply.
Your financial circumstances may also be taken into consideration.
Henley Business School holds triple-accredited status, placing us among the top 1% of global business schools, and we enjoy a reputation for high quality academic and applied research. The University of Reading is ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world and consistently rated among the UK’s most research intensive institutions.
Becoming a PhD student in the area of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour at Henley provides a unique opportunity to undertake original research that is timely as well as business relevant and to develop your critical thinking, intellectual capacity and creativity. Our postgraduate research students are drawn from all over the world and benefit from a dynamic research environment, supervision from internationally-renowned faculty, dedicated support and outstanding facilities. Our faculty continuously publishes in internationally well-known and highly rated journals such as the Journal of Organizational Behaviour, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, British Journal of Sociology, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Organisation Studies, The Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Organization Science, British Journal of Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, International Journal of Management Reviews, Group and Organisation Management, including books with the following imprints: Routledge, Sage, JAI Press, Edward Elgar and Harvard Business Review Press.
In the 2016 annual evaluation of supervisory arrangements carried out by the University of Reading’s Graduate School 100% of our PhDs rated their supervisory experience as either satisfied or very satisfied, with the majority (83%) being very satisfied.
This scheme provides junior researchers with the opportunity to gain research experience and training at Master’s degree level. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level.
Scheme at a glance
Career stage: Postgraduate Where your host organisation is based: Low- and middle-income countries Type of researcher: Public health Level of funding: Studentship stipend, fees and research expenses Duration of funding: 30 months
Who can apply
You can apply for a Master’s Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine if you:
are a national of a low- or middle-income country
hold a clinical or non-clinical undergraduate degree in a subject relevant to public health or tropical medicine.
You must also:
be at an early stage in your career with limited research experience (but you must have a demonstrated interest in, or aptitude for, research)
In 2018 LSE will be offering around 100 major studentships to new PhD students in the form of LSE PhD Studentships and LSE ESRC DTP Studentships.
LSE PhD Studentships are tenable for four years and cover full fees and an annual stipend of £18,000. They are available for UK, EU and international students undertaking research in any LSE discipline, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance.
These awards will be made solely on the basis of outstanding academic merit and research potential. This relates both to your past academic record and to an assessment of your likely aptitude to complete a PhD in your chosen topic in the time allocated.
The studentships include a requirement that scholars contribute to their department as part of their research training, in the form of teaching or other work, usually from year two onwards.
How to apply
Academic departments nominate students for consideration by a School panel for all PhD funding opportunities they may be eligible for. There is no separate application for any of these studentships.
Scholarships of up to £5,000 are available for applicants for MSc Business Analytics (Online) who demonstrate all-round excellence.
The scholarship will be awarded to applicants based on the following criteria:
An excellent application, demonstrating academic merit, strong professional or internship experience, clear career plan and leadership potential.
You must apply no later than 30 June 2018 to be considered for this scholarship; however, early application is strongly recommended to increase your chance of receiving an award.
How to apply
Candidates who apply before 30 June 2018 and receive an offer for the programme commencing in October 2018 will automatically be considered for this scholarship. Please use your personal statement to highlight your proudest achievements inside and outside the classroom.
The University of Strathclyde is delighted to offer international applicants the opportunity to receive a partial scholarship towards the tuition fees for the Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) for our Primary and Secondary programmes.
To qualify for this award, applicants must hold an offer to study and be eligible to pay the overseas tuition fee on the PGDE (Primary or Secondary) programme. The scholarship will be deducted from the tuition fee.
Applicants with a Second Class Upper (2:1) or Second Class Lower (2:2) or equivalent will be eligible for an award of £2,000.
Applicants with a First Class Honours (1st) or equivalent will be eligible for the Dean’s International Excellence Award of £3,000 towards tuition fees.