Scholarship currently closed for applications
Bearing its 2014 Excellence Framework Award, Swansea University is not only known for being one of the top research universities but also for its incredible scholarships applicable for bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate’s degree programs. This is widely application to the university’s science programs for Chemistry to Physics and other related courses.
Swansea University currently offers the EPSRC funded Chemistry PhD studentship which costs around £14,553. This amount could be used to pay for the university’s tuition fees. More than that, it also includes tax-free stipend that can be used by students for school materials and resources. More details about this PhD scholarship is made available through http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/chemistry-epsrc-phd-nano-biotechnology.php.
Students who will be under this Chemistry PhD studentship program will work closely under the supervision of Department of Chemistry in College of Science Dr. Deb Roy and Swansea University Medical School Professor Steve Conlan. The latter is popular for his award-winning research.
Swansea University offered PhD studentship program in the fields of nanomedicine and nano biotechnology. The student who will qualify for the program will work and study the dynamic and interdisciplinary research environment. Qualified students will also be involved in the development of nanoscale and macro spectroscopic methods, like infra-red spectroscopy, tip-enhanced Raman, and micro-Raman.
Based at the Department of Chemistry, students will also collaborate with the Swansea University Medical School, Centre for Nano Health, and other industry partners. The studentship helps in providing exciting chance for students to combine machine learning, data analytics, and optical spectroscopy.
In order to qualify though, the European students should score at least 6.5 in IELTS and have at least 2.1 for undergraduate degree.