PhD studentships in in Parkinson’s, UK: The grants for brilliant students carrying out research in Parkinson’s disease are now available.
The in Parkinson’s PhD studentship scheme provides full-funding for three years to students based at a UK higher education institution.
Scholarship amount and duration:
- PhD studentship is provided for 3 years to students based at a UK higher education institution.
- stipend of £16,000/year (or £17,000/annum if in London)
- full PhD tuition fees (at the UK/EU rate)
- support of up to £10,000 per year towards research budgets
- Students from outside of the EU are welcome to apply for this scheme on a full fee paying basis.
- Supervisors should contact their university’s research office concerning fees for international students.
- PhD studentship system does not cover funding gaps for PhD students whose studies have already started.
- Home and international students must have an Ist or upper IInd class honours degree in a relevant subject.
- Applications must be made by the prospective student’s supervisor, who must be based at a UK University, hospital/ research institute.
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How to apply
- Applications for all research grants must be made via online application system.
- For more info about application processes and deadlines, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- There is generally one round of studentships per year.
- There will be no deadline for studentships in 2016.
Parkinson’s Disease Society of the United Kingdom
|Subject areas||Biomedical, Life Sciences|
|Fellowship amount||Mentioned above|
|Eligibility||Open for UK as well as International Students|
|Deadline||7 June 2017 (Applications are accepted round the year )|
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