The Full Funded DTC PhD Studentship is offered through the Swansea University. Swansea was awarded with 2014 Excellent Framework and is currently considered as one of the best 30 research universities in the world, and was named as such by credible organizations, from Welsh University to The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide.
Aiming to aid in the improvement of education in every area of study, Swansea University offers this PhD Studentship to all students in Europe who are interested in the development of Health Sanitation and Hygiene transformative technologies. In the program, students will be included in the disciplinary team of chemists and work on health and sanitation. More than this, the PhD studentship also covers the student’s full tuition fee and around $14,000 annual stipend for three years.
For interested students, there are several eligibility factors to consider. First, you should be a class honor or have Master degree merits. Second, it is important that you at least have practical knowledge in biochemical engineering, circular economy, chemical analysis, Microbiology, and Environmental Science. Your first language should not be English and so you should at least score 6.5 in IELTS
If you qualify from these eligibility factors, the next step is to make sure to submit your application on time and not miss relevant documents and elements. This includes your recent CV, degree certificates, academic transcripts, and of course your academic references. It is also important to send your supplementary personal statement and be able to explain why you should be chosen in the first place.