University of Hull Offers Full-Tuition Fee Scholarships in Research for 2018

1 December 2017

To attract the best academic talent and promote research endeavours, University of Hull is offering a number of full-tuition fee scholarships in a number of key research areas.

University of hell believes that “Without quality researchers, there can be no quality research”. This is the significant reason of investing into PhD Scholarships to support talented postgraduate students in order to ensure that they achieve their full potential.

University of Hull 2018 PhD Scholarships

To provide an opportunity of becoming part of a vibrant, forward-thinking research community, University of Hull is offering the following PhD scholarships

Many projects are in collaboration of industry or interdisciplinary. Full time International Fee PhD Studentship will include full fees at the international student rate for three years, depending on their satisfactory progress.

Postgraduate Training Scheme

All PhD students also complete the Postgraduate Training Scheme. This scheme offers the opportunity to develop academic and professional skills prepare you for challenges in research environment and provide you with better employability. It is free of charge.

Students are awarded a Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate in Research Training in addition to a Research degree.

Deadline for Applications: Thursday 7 February 2018.

Closing date: Thursday 8 February

Studentships will start on 17 September 2018.

Where can I get further information?

To find out more about University of Hull 2018 PhD Scholarships, Entry Requirements or to request an application form, please contact SI-UK

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