Application Deadline: 20 January, 2 February and 20 February 2023, depending on the programme.
The University will offer PhD scholarships for students commencing PhD studies at the University in the 2023-2024 academic session.
To attract the best and brightest PhD students, the University not only offers unparalleled research opportunities and superior supervision, but through an exciting fellowship program strives to provide development opportunities that will support our research students as they progress beyond the PhD.
The University of Edinburgh has been working for some time to embed equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) into its operations and to widen participation (WP) for disadvantaged and underrepresented students. The Doctoral College is committed to embedding EDI in all its policies and processes and to widening access to postgraduate study for traditionally under-represented groups, including BAME students and those from the most deprived communities in Scotland and the rest of the world. The Doctoral College is keen to attract the largest number of applications to this scheme and will ensure that recruitment processes are robust and impartial.
Each scholarship covers University tuition fees as well as a stipend of £17,668pa. Subject to satisfactory progress, scholarships are awarded for a period of three to four years as agreed by the School/Deanship (or part-time on a pro rata basis).
The awards are open to UK and overseas students applying to start their first year of study for a research degree on campus in 2023-2024.
Applicants must have already applied for full or part-time admission to an on-campus PhD research program at the University. Applicants who wish to apply for this scholarship are encouraged to contact their academic school regarding any admission dates.
Please check the Entry Requirements for your proposed program of study for details of other acceptable English language qualifications.
You can apply for the scholarship before you have the necessary English test results, but the results must be uploaded as soon as possible.
These awards cannot be held concurrently with fully funded scholarships, but may be held with partially funded scholarships and are prorated.
Applicants must have outstanding academic merit and research potential. Applicants must have, or expect to achieve, a UK first class or 2:1 honors degree at undergraduate level or international equivalent.
Other factors such as financial status, citizenship and proposed field of study are not taken into account.
The University will generally not consider candidates who have already obtained a PhD or formal equivalent as a result of direct research training.
Implement a training and development package that will help them develop the necessary skills required to meet their career choices and offer them a wide range of development opportunities in areas such as teaching, community service, entrepreneurship, data science and research.
Terms and Conditions
Edinburgh Doctoral College Scholarships – Terms and Conditions (488.97 KB PDF)
Eligible applicants must complete the online scholarship application.
To enter the scholarship scheme, applicants must apply for admission to the University of Edinburgh. Please note that it may take up to five business days for all system checks to be completed and access to be granted after an application for admission has been submitted.
The online scholarship application form is located in EUCLID and can be accessed via our MyEd web-based information portal at https://www.myed.ed.ac.uk.
You will need your University Username and password when logging in to MyEd. If you need help, please visit http://www.ed.ac.uk/student-systems/support-guidance.
Frequently asked questions
Scholarship Scheme FAQ for Candidates (511.17 KB PDF)
Application deadlines will vary by School/Deanery and will be linked to application deadlines for programs.
The University will use the information you provide on the scholarship application form, together with the information contained in the supporting documents (references and academic transcripts) you submit as part of your application, to manage and evaluate your scholarship application and select successful applicants. .
Shortlisted candidates should expect to be invited for an interview either in person or over the phone.
All applicants will be notified of the result by the respective school. Please contact the school directly for more information.
Source / Details: Official website HERE.
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