University of Brighton Doctoral College is offering fully-funded PhD studentships for 2016-17 academic year. Studentships are worth over £60,000 and will support full-time doctoral study over three or four years.
University invites applications from world-class research students to contribute towards their mission to stimulate innovation and test conventional wisdom in the interests of a better and fairer world.
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The University of Brighton is a university of 20,685 students and 2,700 staff based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings on the south coast of England.
- Course Level: Studentships are available for pursuing PhD programme.
- Study Subject: Studentship is available in Arts and Humanities, Life, Health and Physical Sciences and Social Sciences.
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- Award: Studentships are worth over £60,000 and will support full-time doctoral study over three or four years.
- The award can be taken at the UK
- World-class research students
- UK citizens can apply for this PhD studentship.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.
- Supporting Material: Alongside application University also requires the applicant to upload copies of their bachelors and masters certificates and transcripts, IELTS certificate or equivalent, and two references (one must be academic and both must have been written within the last year).
- Entrance Requirement:
- MPhil/PhD: Normally students will hold a first or second class honours degree or recognised equivalent relevant and in some cases a recognised masters degree or equivalent relevant to the proposed programme of study, or appropriate research or professional experience which resulted in published work, written reports or other appropriate evidence of accomplishment.
- EngD: The normal minimum entry requirement is a 2(i) Honours degree in a relevant subject or a recognised equivalent. A 2(ii) may be acceptable if supplemented with a relevant postgraduate qualification and/or substantial industrial experience.
- English Language Requirement: For applicants whose first language is not English, the minimum standard of English competence accepted is normally equivalent to the following International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores:
- College of Arts: 7.0 overall, 7 for writing, and none below 6.5.
- Brighton Business School: 7.0 overall, 7 for writing, and none below 6.0.
- School of Health Professions: 7.0 overall, 7 for writing, and none below 6.5.
- School of Sport and Service Management: 7.0 overall, 7 for writing, and none below 6.0.
- For Engineering and Environment & Technology: A minimum of 6.0 in each component.
- For all other subjects: 6.5 overall and minimum 6.0 for writing.
- All SELT (Secure English language tests) must have been obtained within the preceding two years.
Application Deadline: Closed