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Fully funded PhD Studentships in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
Fully-funded 3 and 3.5-year PhD studentships are available for October 2012 entry in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at The University of Manchester.
Full Studentships are available for UK/EU* students in all areas of research and cover payment of tuition fees in full and annual tax-free maintenance payments of at least £13,590. Partial Scholarships are also available for International students. Students who have, or expect to achieve a UK First Class or Upper Second Class bachelor degree or equivalent in any science and engineering discipline are eligible to apply.
The School brings together a number of different disciplines, from engineering to bioscience to chemistry, mathematics and analytical and measurement science, which puts us in a uniquely strong position to work at the interface of and benefit from the synergies between these different disciplines. The defining and unifying feature of our diverse research is that we are concerned with studying, designing, integrating and/or operating complex systems of various types and scales – including multiscale, multiphase, biological and industrial systems.
The global reputation of the school provides many openings into a variety of career paths as our PhD graduates gain not just a postgraduate qualification, but also essential transferable skills which are highly valued by employers. Our PhD graduates typically secure R&D and management positions in industry or go on to pursue academic careers.
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*EU nationals must have lived in the UK for 3 years prior to the start of the programme to be eligible for a full award (fees and stipend). EU nationals who have lived elsewhere in the EU for the 3 yearsbefore the start of the programme would be eligible for a fees-only award.