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One of the top 30 research universities and top 200 universities in the world, Swansea University is known for offering several PhD studentship programs in the hope of improving education by increasing student participation in specific fields. This is also how the university offers its Funded Joint PhD Studentship Program for Engineering/Physics.
The Engineering/Physics Funded Joint PhD Studentship Program is offered to all European students who are interested in helping in the Health Sanitation and Hygiene transformative technologies. They are given the chance to be part of an excellent disciplinary chemist team that is responsible for the creation of treatment systems in Health and Sanitation.
The program also aims to provide insights on different alternative ways that could be considered in the optimization and reduction of plants’ environmental performance through the study’s outputs. It also includes the study’s focus on the sustainability of the process through a thorough research study of these plants. In the program, students will collaborate with experts from the Group Environment organizations in Port Talbot.
Students will be granted with financial assistance for their tuition fee and yearly stipend. Amounting to $20,000, this financial funding and scholarship can support students in their education, along with additional funding that will be provided solely for research purposes.
Students will be eligible for the program of their holds an undergraduate degree with at least 2.1 in Engineering Materials or Chemical Engineering Courses. There are other restrictions provided by university that can be learned by visiting the website at http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/engineering-epsrc-icase-phd-environmental-optimisation.php.