The KESS II Funded MSc by Research Studentship for Nanotechnology offered at Swansea University is a specialized for students interested in subject areas that include Materials Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, and Materials Science.
Swansea University, which was awarded with 2014 Excellence Framework, offers the program. The university is recognized by Sunday Times Good University Guide and The Times as part of the top 30 research universities to provide excellently high quality education to students.
This MSc program is offered for students who are currently pursuing and want to pursue degree in Nanotechnology courses and other related course requirements. Offering 1-year full tuition fee and support for 3-month thesis project completion, this scholarship program also offers the opportunity for students to collaborate with the external partners of third sector and public organizations and micro companies in U.K. The focus of the study is entitled Graphene-functionalised microparticles for electrocatalytic. The program also covers the entire cost of tuition fees and the additional stipend needed for school materials and resources.
Students who are interested in this scholarship program should first be able to meet several qualifications. While the program is open to all students who are pursuing a Master’s degree, students should have at least 2.1 GPA in undergraduate degrees like Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, and other related courses in order to be eligible for the program.
Only offered for European students, it is also necessary that students pass the IELTS test, which is the most accepted proficiency test of the English language.
More details about the scholarship can be found through http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/nanotechnology-kess-msc-research-graphen.