Doctoral Scholarships at the University of Essex

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Doctoral Scholarships at the University of Essex

6 May 2019

The University of Essex has released new postgraduate research scholarships for the academic year 2019-2020. Major scholarships offered by the University include:

  • Humanities Doctoral Scholarships 2019-2020

This will be awarded to students with excellent academic background and future potential for each year of study subject to satisfactory progressions. In addition to the tuition fee waiver (Home/EU fee or equivalent fee discount for overseas student), there will be a doctoral stipend of £15,009 for 2019-20 and a training bursary of £250 per year. Deadline for applications is 30th May.

  • Science and Health Studentships and Scholarships 2019-20

The University of Essex has a number of postgraduate research studentships available for the Faculty of Science and Health in general, as well as School of Biological Sciences, School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, and Department of Psychology in particular.

If you are interested in studying postgraduate research programmes at the University of Essex and want to learn more about applications and deadlines, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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