Fully Funded Phd Scholarship in the UK at Queen's University Belfast

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Fully Funded Phd Scholarship in the UK at Queen's University Belfast

6 May 2016

Bright students who wants to pursue their research in Mechanical Engineering can apply for fully funded Phd scholarship at the Queen's University Belfast (UK). This scholarship is available for September 2016 intake. This scholarship is being awarded to the students in collaboration with a world leader in solar power systems. Apply soon at the earliest  to avail this scholarship. 

Applicants must have a 1st class honours degree in physics/materials science/mechanical engineering, or any other equivalent qualification. Candidates should be able to demonstrate that they are highly motivated, have excellent communication skills, and excellent modelling skills: be able to drive the project by understanding the industrial needs and using their own initiatives. The project will offer the opportunity for international travel and hence a candidate with mobility is required.


For more details on this scholarship contact SI-UK India, email - delhi@studyin-uk.com or call 01142028200, bangalore@studyin-uk.com 08042198902 , chennai@studyin-uk.com 04445108282                                              

 

I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

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