Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy
Departments: School of Chemistry School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences School of Engineering Geography School of Geology Physics and Astronomy
Application Deadline: January 20, 2023
Start date: September 25, 2023
The University of Leicester is investing £5.45m in 50 PhD Scholarships for intake in Autumn 2023, as part of its ambition to deliver on its strategic aim to ‘train the next generation of researchers to become world leaders in their fields’. The 11 scholarships will be awarded through the College of Science and Engineering, which comprises five schools (Chemistry, Computing and Mathematical Sciences; Engineering; Geography, Geology and Environment; Physics and Astronomy) and Space Park Leicester, a national center that brings together world-leading education. excellence in space exploration, inclusive education and training, and space-enabling industries.
Below you will find a list of 15 project proposals from supervisors across the College. Please note that not all proposed projects will be funded; but it is possible to apply for two projects.
Prospective candidates may contact potential supervisor(s) for additional information and guidance on specific projects.
- Dr. Gun Cao
- Dr. James Pickering
- Dr. Patricia Rodriguez Macia
School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
- Professor Ashiq Anjum
- Dr. Marco Fasandini
- Dr. Andrew Morozov
- Dr Audrius Bagdanavicius
- Dr. Dimitrios Statharas
- Dr Jinning Zhang
Geography, Geology and Environment
- Dr. Andrew Carr
- Dr. Tess Osborne
- Dr. Matt Wilde
Physics and Astronomy*
- Professor Andrew Blain*
- Professor Emma Bunce*
- Professor Paul O’Brien*
* The Physics and Astronomy project is also being considered for STFC funding. Please add Future 50 / STFC to the funding section of your application if you wish to be considered for both funding streams. You do not need to submit two applications.
Students receive funding for 3.5 years:
- Tuition fees in UK degrees
- Scholarships on UKRI degrees for 2023 will be confirmed in early 2023 (currently £17,668 for 2022 entry)
- Access to a Research Training Support Grant of up to £1,500 over 3 years.
- Bench fees of £5,000 per annum over three years for laboratory-based research
International applicants must be able to fund the difference between UK and International fees for the duration of the study. Fees for projects on this page:
- Full international fees will be £21,850 per annum
- UK fees to be confirmed in early 2023 (currently £4596 for 2022)
- International students pay an annual tuition fee of around £17,200.
- The exact fee will be stated at the point of offer.
Source / Details: Official website HERE.
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