University of Kent invites applications for the EPSRC Doctoral Scholarship in the UK for the 2023/24 academic session.
The University’s research-informed teaching and digital platforms will give students a greater voice in their education and experiences. This is because it is placing student success at its heart, thus streamlining its portfolio, and adopting a course structure that facilitates student choice.
Worth of Award
- These scholarships include a doctoral stipend (equivalent to the Research Councils UK National Minimum Doctoral Stipend, £17,668 2022/23 rate, 2023/24 to be announced) for 3.5 years, tuition fees at the home rate and access to further research support funding.
- If you are applying as an international candidate, Kent will waive the difference between Home and International fees.
- Successful candidates will demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding research potential.
- Applicants should have, or expect to obtain, a first or upper second-class honours degree in a relevant subject, and ideally a Master’s degree or equivalent.
- The studentships are open to Home and Overseas (including EU) students. The number of international studentships awarded per cohort is capped by UKRI at 30%.UK residential conditions:
- Be a UK National or
- Have settled status, or
- Have pre-settled status or
- Have indefinite leave to remain or enter.
How to Apply
As part of the process, students should include the following:
- explain reasons for study/outline research proposal
- provide details/evidence of qualifications
- provide two academic references
- provide other personal information and supporting documentation
Deadline: The deadline for the EPSRC Doctoral Scholarship is Sunday, March 5, 2023, 23:59 GMT.