Fully Funded University Of Lincoln England UK PhD Studentship Identifying Physiological And Agronomical Factors Associated With High Yield In Linseed 2023 

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    Biology
  • Country of the Scholarship

    United Kingdom
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    Ph.D. scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    All
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Offline
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    All
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    University Of Lincoln Brayford Pool Lincoln LN6 7TS Pgenquiries@lincoln.ac.uk +44 (0)1522 886644  

From 2022 through 2023, students at the University of Lincoln will have the opportunity to apply for an HFSP Funded Studentship on the Evolution of Insect Sperm Form and Function. An HFSP Funded Studentship on the Evolution of Insect Sperm Form and Function 2022-23 is now available for students who are international students at the University of Lincoln. The topic of the studentship is “evolution of insect sperm form and function.” The forthcoming class scholarships have been made public following an official announcement made by the University of Lincoln. It is widely regarded as being among the finest establishments in every region of the world. The University of Lincoln was established in 1996 and relocated to Lincoln, England, in the United Kingdom where it continues to operate.

These kind of scholarships are made available on a yearly basis by the University of Lincoln to encourage new students to enroll there. Students who are chosen to participate in the HFSP Funded Studentship on the Evolution of Insect Sperm Form and Function 2022-23 will have the opportunity to explore new and improved avenues of employment and will be exposed to higher levels of education available in postgraduate programs.

 

This Ph.D. project will take place over the course of three years and will explore the impact of the environment as well as the features of the soil on the yield of linseed, with a special emphasis on the interactions between genotype and environment. The proposed research will also investigate the genetic heterogeneity that already exists in the linseed germplasm in the UK. The goal of this investigation is to develop new varieties of linseed that are more resistant to the effects of climate change. The investigation will include of both field tests and experiments carried out in polytunnel pots. At the canopy and root levels, physiological and agronomic characteristics that affect production will be measured with the following goals in mind:

In order to determine whether there is genetic variety in the linseed germplasm now present in the UK and whether there is room for improvemeny. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impacts of soil parameters and how they are associated with roots on yield performance. Gaining an understanding of the physiological factors that underlie the optimal sowing timing and density in the canopy. This endeavor is being carried out in collaboration with Chadacre Agricultural Trust and Premium Crops. The individual who is ultimately selected will have the opportunity to obtain experience as well as exposure to the industry. Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree with at least a 2:1 GPA in Agriculture, Crop Science, or another agriculture-related field. Home students are eligible to apply for the studentship.

 

 

About the Scholarship:

As a result of the Queen’s official opening of the first building on the Brayford Pool Campus, it is projected that more than 90,000 students from more than 135 countries have registered at the University of Lincoln. Lincoln University is ranked as one of the top 150 universities in the world by The Times Higher Education’s (THE) Young University Rankings 2020. [Citation needed] In addition to this, Lincoln was awarded the title of “Modern University of the Year” by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021. Students are at the center of everything that the University of Lincoln does, and the institution has a well-deserved reputation for providing innovative instruction. In 2020, it was awarded a five-star overall rating from QS Stars, and in 2017, it was awarded gold in the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), which is the highest quality that can be achieved. One of the most enriching educational opportunities in all of Europe is provided by living in Lincoln, a city with a history that dates back to 300 B.C. The city of Lincoln is home to a number of historical buildings and attractions, including the Lincoln Cathedral, which was built in 1072 and at one point had the title of being the tallest structure in the world. 

 

In addition, the city is home to Lincoln Castle, which has stood vigil over the city’s skyline for the better part of a millennium. The University of Lincoln is committed to assisting students in developing the knowledge and abilities necessary to succeed in their chosen fields of work by offering a wide range of opportunities to network with members of the business community and participate in experiential learning activities. Students have access to a diverse array of opportunities for gaining work experience and making professional connections as a direct result of the school’s unique partnerships with a wide variety of organizations. At the University of Lincoln, we offer a diverse selection of learning opportunities designed to assist you in developing the skills and qualities that companies are looking for in an increasing number of new workers today. Students enrolled in certain of our undergraduate and graduate taught programs, for example, have the opportunity to submit an application to take part in a work placement or project that is related to the business sector.

 You might also get the chance to study from guest lecturers and go on field trips if you sign up for those opportunities. The majority of the University of Lincoln’s student housing is located either on the Brayford Pool Campus itself or within a short walking distance of the campus. Two waterfront complexes called Lincoln Courts and Cygnet Wharf are part of what is known as the Student Village, which is the on-campus housing for the University. The University also manages several off-campus housing options for new and continuing students, including as residence halls and co-ops. These housing options are available in the surrounding area. It is not difficult to understand why Lincoln was selected by The Telegraph as one of the top 20 cities in Britain in 2017. The city is a wonderful location in which to work, learn, and reside. Lincoln was once again chosen the friendliest place to live in the United Kingdom in 2016, according to the results of the Eden Project’s Big Lunch and residents of Lincoln. 

 

The Times Good University Guide 2020 states that Lincoln is one of the destinations in the United Kingdom that offers students the best value for their money. You may not be familiar with the people who live in Lincolnshire, but the contributions they have made to history go well beyond the confines of the county. Sir Isaac Newton, a famous figure in the fields of physics and mathematics, was born in the year 1642 in the English village of Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth. Both the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, and the poet Alfred Tennyson were born in the county of Lincolnshire. The town of Lincoln, which has a history dating back more than two millennia, has been featured in a number of period series and films, including Downton Abbey and The Da Vinci Code. The Lincolnshire Wolds and the British coastal resorts of Cleethorpes and Skegness are just a short drive away from the county’s distinctive history and geography, and the Lincolnshire sausage is considered to be a specialty food of the area. Ancient and modern architecture effortlessly coexist in Lincoln, which is often considered to be one of the most historically significant cities in the world. When the bustling downtown area of Lincoln is brought together with the city’s historic Cathedral Quarter, the result is a location that is ideal not just for living but also for academic pursuits. On the seashore of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool, which is also the major campus of the University of Lincoln, the city’s Roman and medieval history blends in an effortless manner with contemporary city life. 

We are honored to have been selected for national recognition as a benefits provider who has been given multiple awards. We offer a generous amount of annual leave (plus six additional days around Christmas and Easter), a wage that is competitive in the market, a workplace pension plan, and a great learning development program to assist you in developing professionally and advancing your career. The incidence of crime is exceptionally low in Lincoln, and residents have access to a wide variety of recreational options. In addition to a plethora of locations to shop, dine, drink, and catch a movie, this location boasts an active events schedule that is updated frequently throughout the course of the year. When compared to London’s average price for a terrace property, Lincoln’s is 79 percent cheaper (Zoopla, October 2019). On average, a Lincoln terraced property would set you back 149,918 pounds. In London, the price of a terrace property comes in at an average of £711,355 per square foot.

 

Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Lincoln

Scholarship Country: United Kingdom

Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded

Study Level: Postgraduate

Nationality: International Students

  

Scholarship Offer:

The University of Lincoln will provide support for both international and domestic students who are accepted into this studentship. The start date for this studentship is set for the academic year 2022/23

 

Eligibility for Scholarship.

  • Applicants for research degrees (MA/MSc by Research/MPhil/PhD) are typically required to hold one of the following credentials:
  •  An honors degree with a first- or second-class standing (or an equivalent-level qualification from an overseas university)
  •  A credential that the University has determined to be comparable to that of a bachelor’s degree with honors
  •  A postgraduate or Master’s-level degree from a university in the United Kingdom that is recognized by either the Council for National Academic Awards or an equivalent institution that is recognized by the University of Lincoln. The specific entry requirements for courses are outlined on the pages of this website that are dedicated to each individual course.
  • Language Requirements for Graduate and Postgraduate Work in English
  • Applicants from other countries are expected to have the qualifications that are equal to those needed to enter the UK, as well as confirmation that they are proficient in English (e.g. IELTS). Investigate the English Language Prerequisites in greater detail

 

Nationality

The University Of Lincoln England UK PhD Studentship Identifying Physiological And Agronomical Factors Associated With High Yield In Linseed 2023  is open to all International Students

 

 Istituto Europeo di Design is proud to announce a scholarship that will help 40 students get their master’s degree in Design, Visual Arts, Fashion, Communication, or Management. The classes will be held in Barcelona, Milan, Madrid, Florence, Rome, Como, and Turin. For the 2022-2023 school year, forty successful students with a Master’s degree will get a scholarship that will cut their tuition fees in half.

 

Application Procedure

In order to apply to the university, the students need to first register for an account on the university’s website and then log in. After that, please email liatadmin@lincoln.ac.uk with any questions or concerns.

 

Application Deadline

The application deadline for University Of Lincoln England UK PhD Studentship Identifying Physiological And Agronomical Factors Associated With High Yield In Linseed 2023 is July 29, 2022


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