Looking for a PhD degree opportunity to complete your research? Here is your chance to complete your research by taking part in the College of Engineering Centenary PhD program at Swansea University.
A fine offer to get a PhD at Swansea University.
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Swansea University was chartered as University College of Swansea in 1920. It is a public research university, which officially known as a university in 2007. It offers a good range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses.
Why at Swansea University? At Swansea, students will have many opportunities to choose their courses and fields. Faculty of this university has a good reputation in research filed and they work to supporting applicants in completing their career goals.
Application Deadline: July 31, 2019
- Eligible Countries: Citizens of the UK, EU, and International are eligible.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Candidates can apply for a PhD degree program in the field of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Complex Fluids and Rheology at the university.
- Admissible Criteria: Students must not hold any other award from any other university in the UK and have done previous studies in the fields of Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Applied Physics or related Subjects.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Participants are suggested to take admission in a PhD degree program at Swansea University. Then, they can download and complete the fund application form and send it through email to [email protected].
- Supporting Documents: Curriculum vitae, degree certificates and transcripts, language test certificates, and a covering letter should be submitted.
- Admission Requirements: Candidates must have a 2.1 honors degree or MSc degree.
- Language Requirement: If English is not your first language, so you need to take TOEFL or IELTS test and score 6.5 or equivalent result.
The funded education will cover the cost of tuition fees and an annual stipend of £14,296 for UK and EU candidates but it will only cover the cost of tuition fees for International students.