These scholarships are available to students of any nationality and in any field of research. They are designed for students of the highest caliber who have the commitment and desire to work on challenging research projects in an environment that is regarded as one of the best in the world for research. Students who are pursuing their education in the following fields are eligible for this funding:
Engineering in the fields of Aerospace, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Coatings and Ceramics, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Fashion Management and Marketing, Imaging and Characterisation, Management of Projects in Engineering, Materials, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgy and Corrosion, Nano and Functional Materials, and Pet Care. Engineering in the fields of Aerospace, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
About the Scholarship Provider:
In 2004, the Victoria University of Manchester and the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) amalgamated to establish the current University of Manchester. The main campus of the University of Manchester can be found on Oxford Road in Manchester, England, United Kingdom. It is a red brick public research university that was influenced by the civic university movement of the late 19th century. This prestigious institution is also a member of the prestigious Russell Group of Universities. That’s what they say, anyway. [Footnote needed]
The university provides education at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels in addition to degree and certification programs. Over the course of the 2018-2019 school year, the institution’s multiple campuses were home to 40,250 students and over 10,400 teaching and support staff.
The University of Manchester is structured into three faculties, each of which is further broken into schools responsible for teaching a certain curriculum. The University of Michigan’s School of Biological Sciences, School of Medicine, and School of Health Sciences make up the Faculty of Biology, Medicine, and Health. The Faculty of Biology, Medicine, and Health is comprised of these three individual schools. The Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto is comprised of two independent schools: the School of Natural Sciences and the School of Engineering. The School of Arts, Languages, and Cultures, as well as the Schools of Combined Studies, Education, Environment and Development, Architecture, Law, Social Sciences, and the Manchester Business School, are all part of Manchester University’s Faculty of Humanities. The Manchester Business School is also a part of the Faculty of Humanities.
The University of Manchester Students’ Union is the largest in the country, which is general known. The Students’ Union at the University of Manchester is the largest and most influential student organization there. The UMIST Students’ Association and the University of Manchester Union worked together to form the student union. The culmination of their efforts was the establishment of a student government union. The Union is unique in that it is not led by a president but rather by an administrative committee of eight people who are dedicated to the betterment of the organization as a whole. Making the Union a stronger institution is their top priority.
Students have access to numerous fitness centers, and they are highly encouraged to join extracurricular athletic clubs. Manchester’s Aquatics Centre, Sugden Sports Centre, campus’ Wellbeing Rooms, and Fallowfield’s Armitage Sports Centre all provide such services. There are three different sports centers in Manchester: the Sugden, the Manchester Aquatics, and the Armitage, all of which are in different neighborhoods.
There is a wide variety of resources available to students at the University of Manchester, including counseling services, free sports and well-being activities, and courses for strengthening academic and personal skills including time management, essay writing, and referencing. There is no cost for any of these materials. The institution’s commitment to students’ development as whole people is strengthened by all of these elements. Much time and thought is invested in the idea of social responsibility at the University of Manchester. The Ethical Grand Challenge is an annual event that provides a platform for students to work together to address global issues, in addition to the many volunteer options available in and around the city.
Famous people who attended the University of Manchester include Lord Terence Burns, Chairman of Santander UK; Professor Brian Cox OBE, Physicist and Science Communicator; Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International; Benedict Cumberbatch, CBE, Actor; and Lord Terence Burns, Chairman of Santander UK. M.P. Chuka Umunna, Skyscanner was founded by Gareth Williams and Bonamy Grimes, along with a third co-founder. Formerly serving as Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Innovation, and Skills, Chuka Umunna is the name of a British parliamentarian. Presenters like Sophie Raworth from BBC News, Sir Philip Craven MBE, President of the International Paralympic Committee, Professor, Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England for the government of the United Kingdom, Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, and Actress Parineeti Chopra have all taken part in the event. Teo Chee Hean, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, and Parineeti Chopra are also taking part.
SeNSS is one of only 14 Doctoral Training Partnerships in the United Kingdom that is sponsored by the ESRC, and they will be offering a handful of fully-funded ESRC doctoral studentships beginning in September 2023. SeNSS is one of the only 14 Doctoral Training Partnerships in the United Kingdom that is sponsored by the ESRC.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Manchester
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
The scholarship is an award that comes with full funding and includes the following perks:
- Prices of instruction based on an international scale
- Annual maintenance stipend comparable to UKRI minimum stipend rate
- Research Training Support Grant of one thousand dollars each year
The Gustafsson & Skrondal Visiting Scholarship is administered by the University of Oslo’s Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO). As part of the visiting scholar program, CEMO and the University of Oslo host a number of young researchers from Norway and elsewhere each year.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- applicants hailing from every imaginable nation
- Applicants are required to demonstrate that they have received an invitation to begin a PhD program in September 2022. Candidates who have not yet received an academic offer are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the admissions team for the Faculty in order to discuss the most effective means of advancing a PhD application in time for the deadline for funding. For a list of contacts, see the “helpful links” section.
- It is required of applicants that they hold (or are about to receive) an undergraduate degree with first-class honors (or international equivalent).
- Ideal candidates will hold a master’s degree with either merit or distinction (or international equivalent)
- Applicants are required to meet the English language entry requirements outlined by the Department to which they are submitting their applications;
- Have a demonstrated track record of participating in research. This may involve making contributions to papers or articles, presenting your findings to a wider audience, or winning prizes for your project work or research.
- During the course of the academic year, up until the 31st of March in 2023, applications will be reviewed and scored in two separate batches:
- Apply before the 31st of January 2023; you will be interviewed in March, and you will be informed by the 31st of March 2023 whether or not you have been given a scholarship.
- Apply between the 31st of January 2023 and the 31st of March 2023; you will be interviewed in May and told by the 31st of May 2023 as to whether or not you have been awarded a scholarship.
The University of Manchester 2023 Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship Awards for International Students is open to all International Students
If a student enrolls in one of the degree programs offered by SOAS University of London, they may be eligible to receive a fee waiver award in the amount of £5,000. This award is available to students who are interested in receiving a degree from SOAS University of London.
- Nominations are required for consideration for Dean’s Doctoral Scholarships. You will be nominated for consideration by the Faculty by your supervisor; however, in order to be taken into consideration, you are need to already have an offer to participate in one of our PhD programs.
- It is therefore essential that you apply for a place on the PhD program of your choice as early as possible, and that you specify in the funding section of your application form that you wish to be considered for the Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship funding. If you do not do either of these things, your application for a place on the PhD program of your choice will be rejected.
- You may find complete information regarding our research projects as well as information regarding how to apply for PhD programs on the web pages that are relevant to each Department.
The application deadline for University of Manchester 2023 Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship Awards for International Students is March 30, 2023.