Application for the Warwick’s School of Engineering UK/EU PhD Positions Scheme in UK – 2021/2022. Entry is now open at the Warwick’s School of Engineering in UK.
For the 2021/2022 entry, there will be up to four School of Engineering postgraduate placements to be awarded to the most outstanding UK/EU PhD applicants. The full payment of Home (UK) tuition fees (worth approx £4,407), A tax-free maintenance stipend in line with UKRI rates, £15,285 per annum.
Length of funding: 3.5 years.
Warwick’s School of Engineering is one of the leading unified engineering schools in the UK. Their integrated approach to engineering education brings together the key branches of engineering and draws upon their research strengths in core engineering disciplines.
The Scholarships are one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. The aim of the program is to create a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.
WARWICK’S PHD POSITIONS SCHEME ELIGIBILITY
Scholars are selected on the following criteria:
- The studentships are available to students from all UK/EU.
- Applicants for a School of Engineering Postgraduate Scholarship must be applying for a PhD within the School beginning in October 2021
- Applicants must be home (typically UK national) or EU students for fees purposes
- Applicants may apply to study any Engineering discipline, though it is expected that the research proposed will be in line with a research priority within the School, and therefore aligned with a School of Engineering academic member of staff
- Awards will not be transferrable to other departments or disciplines.
WARWICK’S PHD POSITIONS SCHEME APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
- There are two stages to this process:
- Stage1. Apply for your PhD in Engineering in the School of Engineering, this must be for admission to the University for 2021/22 entry, by the deadline 31 March 2021
- Stage2. Applicants must submit this School of Engineering PhD Scholarship application form by the deadline 31 March 2021.
Application must include:
- A CV (maximum 2 pages). You may supplement this with a short statement as to how you meet the “Person and Preparedness” descriptors.
- A Research Proposal (maximum 3 pages). You may supplement this with a short statement as to how you meet the “Project and Place” descriptors.
- Only applications that have been submitted (with the International Office and registered on the website of the scholarship) before March 31, 2021 will be considered.
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