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PhD Scholarships in Chemical Engineering 2013

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Recruiter
Imperial College London
Posted
18 September 2012
Location
London
Discipline
Chemistry, Engineering
Level
PhD/Studentships
Course fee
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Further information

Faculty of Engineering
PhD Scholarships in Chemical Engineering 2013

The Department of Chemical Engineering will award up to 10 fully-funded scholarships for outstanding PhD applicants to start in April 2013. The standard period of the scholarship is 42 months. The scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of their fee status, and cover both tuition fees and an annual tax-free contribution to maintenance costs of £15,500.

The Department is one of the world’s leading institutions in both teaching and research of chemical engineering. It has been ranked top in Chemical Engineering in all of the UK Research Assessment Exercises, and covers a broad spectrum of science and engineering relevant to all areas of chemical
engineering.

We are seeking outstanding researchers to join the Department. Applicants are expected to have obtained (or be heading for) a First Class Honours degree at Master’s level (or equivalent) in Chemical Engineering, another branch of
engineering or a related science.

How to apply:
Applications should be made through the College’s online application system - click on the 'Apply Now' button to be redirected to our website for further information and full application details. Please make sure that you upload your full university transcripts, English test result sheet (if applicable), a short personal statement and reference information. You will be issued with a College ID number after your application has been submitted online.
Please email the Postgraduate Administrator (s.underwood@imperial.ac.uk) with the following information: Name, College ID and date of application. Please include “PhD Scholarships in Chemical Engineering” in the subject title.

Closing date: 10 January 2013

Imperial College London


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