The University College Cork is eagerly awaiting applications from outstanding students for its PhD Studentship in the Electrical Detection of Atmospheric Radicals. The grant is available for the academic year 2020/21.
This funding opportunity is available to highly-talented EU candidates who have a plan to study a PhD degree programme at the university in Ireland.
A valuable offer to get financial support for PhD study in Ireland
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Founded in 1845, the University College Cork has 21,000 students which include 15000 students in the undergraduate and 4400 in postgraduate and research programmes. UCC is an internationally competitive, research-led university in Ireland.
Why study at the University College Cork? UCC offers various opportunities that are shaping the future of their nation and the wider world. Here students will receive high-quality learning activities and experience.
Application Deadline: August 07, 2020
- University: University College Cork
- Department: School of Chemistry
- Course Level: PhD
- Awards: Salary
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: EU students
- The award can be taken in Ireland
- Eligible Countries: EU
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: PhD degree in the field of Electrical Detection of Atmospheric Radicals
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must have minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in chemistry, physics, materials science or a similar discipline.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Interested applicants must apply by email to Prof. Justin Holmes (j.holmes-at-ucc.ie) for achieve this funding opportunity.
- Supporting Documents: Evidence of all qualifications listed on your application, including transcripts of examination results for each year to date that have not been completed at UCC.
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in a related field.
- Language Requirement: If the applicant’s first language is not English, they will have to provide evidence of English language proficiency.
This full-time PhD position is funded for up to 4 years including a stipend of €18,000 per annum. The studentship will cover fees at the rate for EU students.