The scholarship is currently closed for applications
The EPSRC Funded PhD Studentship Program is offered for Nanochemistry students enrolled in Swansea University. The scholarship program covers a total of $14,500, which caters to the entire tuition fee and annual stipend of students. Fully funded by EPSRC, the program can be benefitted by students from Swansea University.
Swansea University is part of the top 30 research universities, as named by The Times, Sunday Times Good University Guide, and Welsh University. The university is known for its ability to provide the best high quality education. Known to providing incredible research excellence, it is also one of the world’s top 200 universities.
Swansea University aims to improve the participation of students in every area of study. With this purpose, the university offers the studentship program to all European students who are interested in the development and transformation of health sanitation and hygiene technologies.
For students who will qualify in this program, they can be part of the chemist disciplinary team, who will be responsible for imparting the best lessons they need. The team is comprised of supervisors that include Department of Chemistry in College of Science Dr. Christian Klinke and Department of Chemistry in College of Science Professor Juan Mareque-Rivas.
Students can be eligible for this scholarship program is they have at least 2.1 GPA and are enrolled in an undergraduate or master’s degree with Chemistry or related field of study merit. It also requires for students to have the score of at least 6.5 in IELTS since the candidates must not have English as their first language.