For providing financial support to the well-qualified candidates, the University of Nottingham is presenting a PhD Scholarship for the academic year 2019-2020.
The programme is open for UK /EU students who want to undertake a three-year, cross-disciplinary PhD study of granular flows of melting ice.
The studentship provides a tax-free stipend of £15,009 a year and paid UK/European Union tuition fees.
Applicants must have to fulfil the need of the given conditions in order to become eligible:
- First-class degree in science, mathematics, engineering or a similar discipline
- First-rate analytical and numerical skills, with a well-rounded academic background
- Ability to undertake the experimental design and analyze experimental data
- Ability to liaise with academic supervisors from a range of disciplines
- Background with relevant software (e.g. MATLAB etc.)
- A driven, professional and self-dependent work attitude
- The ability to produce high-quality presentations and written reports
How to Apply
If you are excited towards this bursary then you are required to be registered as a PhD degree student at the university. After taking affirmation, aspirants can complete the application form.
The deadline of the applications for this grant is September 19, 2019.