The University of Surrey is offering full-time postgraduate research studentships for both EU and non-EU students starting in October 2016. The first two years are focused on course work. The last two years are dedicated to research work, leading to a dissertation.
The program will cover tuition fees, and provide maintenance for a total of up to £17,000 pa. In order to participate, applicants need to apply for a PhD in the field of Economics.
Great opportunity for EU and non-EU students.
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The University of Surrey is known as Battersea College of Technology before gaining university status. It offers further and higher education for London’s poorer inhabitants. It is interdisciplinary, with a science and engineering heritage.
Application Deadline: Closed
The applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- EU and non-EU students are eligible to apply.
- Grants are awarded for undertaking a PhD program in the area of Economics.
- Successful candidates will normally have or expect to be awarded a first-class (1st) Bachelors degree. They will also consider students holding a Master degree in Economics, or a related subject. Applicants should also take the GRE exam. Only the ‘Quantitative Reasoning’ part of the GRE test is compulsory. Applications without evidence of GRE (Quantitative reasoning) will not be considered.
How to Apply
There is no separate application form for the bursary. In order to participate in the competition, you need to apply for the PhD in Economics by 15 March 2016 and make sure that your application is complete and includes your GRE results.
Benefits: The grant will cover tuition fees, and provide maintenance for a total of up to £17,000 pa.