Do you have interest in Inorganic Chemistry – Unconventional Alkali Metal Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry? If so, then you have a lucky chance to take benefit of PhD Studentship offered by the Newcastle University.
The educational endowment is available for the UK/EU aspirants who want to enrol themselves in a PhD at the university. The award is granting a worth of £15,009 to the successful aspirants from January 2020 for 3 years.
The university is looking for an enthusiastic PhD student to bring alkali metals (Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs) chemistry into new vistas for the first time over 100 years, and develop applications in energy storage and catalysis.
Applicants have to meet the need for the following conditions:
- They must be domiciled in the UK/EU.
- They must hold a conditional or unconditional offer to study at the university.
- They must have or expect to achieve, at least a 2:1 honour degree or international equivalent, in chemistry, material science or a related subject.
- If English is not the first language of the aspirants, then they must have IELTS 6.5 overall (with a minimum of 5.5 in all sub-skills).
How to Apply
To apply for the bursary, apprentices have to take admission in a PhD at the university. After that, they can apply for this award through an online portal.
The deadline of the application for the grant is September 30, 2019.