Imperial College London is offering 10 × 3.5-years, fully-funded PhD studentships (2019-2020) within the Centre for Blast Injury Studies. These studentships are open to home and EU candidates who meet the College’s PhD programme entry requirements.
Imperial College London is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom. The Imperial Institute was opened by Queen Victoria, who laid the foundation stone in 1887 and Imperial College London was granted a royal charter in 1907.
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Course Level: Studentships are available for pursuing postgraduate research (PhD or MD(Res) programme.
Study Subject: Studentships are awarded within the Centre for Blast Injury Studies.
Award: Studentships cover three years of Home-EU tuition fees and provide a 3-year, tax-free stipend at the standard Research Council United Kingdom rate (£16,999 per annum for 2019-20). In addition, a generous allowance is provided for research consumables and conference attendance.
Number of Awards: Not Known
The award can be taken in the UK
- Home and EU candidates who meet the College’s PhD programme entry requirements are eligible to apply.
- Entry onto the PhD programme requires an undergraduate degree at 2:1 level or higher and, normally, a master’s degree with merit or higher (or non-UK equivalents) in engineering, or any of the physical sciences or mathematics.
Nationality: Home and EU candidates are eligible to apply.
College Admission Requirement
- If students intend to apply for a Masters degree the College minimum requirement is a UK Lower Second Class Honours degree. The majority of programmes have higher requirements, usually a minimum of a UK Upper Second Class Honours.
- For admission to a PhD, MPhil, MD (Res) or EngD research programme the College would normally expect you to hold or achieve a Master’s degree in addition to a Bachelor’s degree at UK Upper Second Class Honours Level.
English Language Requirement: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
To apply to the CBIS PhD programme please visit the College’s admissions web pages to view the instructions. When creating an account on the submission platform, or when starting a new application, select ‘Doctoral’ as the Course Type and then choose ‘Bioengineering Research (CBIS)’ as the Academic Programme. Your application should be submitted no later than Thursday 14 February 2019.
Within your application, you will be asked for the following information:
– Proposed research topic
– Proposed research supervisor
– Proposed research group
Using the information about specific projects (if relevant), or the Centre’s clinical priorities and supervisors, please indicate within these sections your preferred topic area(s) and supervisor(s).
Before submitting your application, you will also be asked to upload a personal statement of up to two pages that covers the following:
- Why you want to undertake a PhD within the Centre for Blast Injury Studies;
- Your reasons for your preferred topic area(s) and supervisor(s);
- A description of how your experience to date would make you an ideal candidate to undertake a PhD in the Centre.
How to Apply: To apply for postgraduate research (PhD or MD(Res)) programme at the Centre for Blast Injury Studies, please visit the College’s admissions web pages to view the instructions and complete the application form by February 14, 2019.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is 14 February 2019.