Queen’s University Belfast offer Full-Fee International Scholarships for PhD Study for 2019

2 January 2019

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS), Queen’s University Belfast is delighted to offer full-fee international PhD scholarships to support more International students for October 2019 entry. The award includes 3 years full-fee along with maintenance and stipend payment.

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for the scholarship, students must

The students studying on a part-time basis or distance learning programmes are not eligible for these scholarships.

Application Deadline: 28th February’ 2019 at 5pm (GMT)

Queen’s University Belfast ranked 8th in REF 2014 draw postgraduate and postdoctoral students into the wider research culture and provide the highest-quality learning and training environment. The university has a vision to maximize the potential for research to deliver academic, societal and economic impact while solving the pressing global problems. The Russell University, Queen’s is in the top 180 Universities in the world as per QS World University ranking 2019.

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