Cardiff University seeks applications for PhD Studentship in Chemistry from EU and UK applicants.
Cardiff is established as one of Britain’s leading universities. Its ambition is to be among the top 100 universities in the world and top 20 in the UK.
Eligible candidates should have, or expect to obtain, a degree in Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics, or a closely related discipline.
Studentship is available for PhD programme at Cardiff University in the UK tenable in Chemistry: Computational Nano-Materials and Catalysis at Cardiff University.
Worth of Award

  • This studentship consists of full UK/EU tuition fees, as well as a Doctoral Stipend matching UK Research Council National Minimum (£14,057 p.a. for 2015/16, updated each year).
  • All the cost for conference and study related travel will be covered.

Eligibility 

  • Academic criteria: Eligible candidates should have, or expect to obtain, a degree in Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics, or a closely related discipline. Highly motivated and dedicated students will gain a thorough training in computational chemistry and materials science and be rewarded with a highly stimulating project that will help shape the future of this exciting research field.
  • Residency: Full awards (fees plus maintenance stipend) are open to UK Nationals and EU students without further restrictions.

 
How to Apply
Interested applicants should send a brief covering letter outlining their motivation and experience for the position, as well as their curriculum vitae and the contact details of at least 2 academic referees to Prof Nora de Leeuw DeLeeuwN-at-Cardiff.ac.uk, who may also be contacted for informal enquiries and further information. Applications will be evaluated on an ongoing basis until the position is filled and applicants should, therefore, apply as soon as possible
Deadline:  The application deadline is 18 November 2016.
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