|Deadline:||1 September 2022|
|Study in:||United Kingdom|
|Provider:||University Of Warwick|
|Study Level:||PhD , Postgraduate|
|Subjets:||Subjects offered by the university|
|Funding Types:||Fully Funded Scholarships|
Outstanding students are invited to become a part of the School of Engineering International PhD Scholarships at the University of Warwick. The funding is awarded to overseas students for the session 2022/2023.
The purpose of the University of Warwick International Scholarship is to provide financial support for UK, EU and international applicants who want to undertake a PhD degree at the university.
Warwick’s School of Engineering is one of the leading unified Engineering schools in the UK. Their integrated approach to Engineering education brings together the key branches of Engineering and draws upon their research strengths in core Engineering disciplines.
The University of Warwick will provide the tuition fees, plus a stipend of £16,062 per annum for 3.5 years of full-time study.
- Eligible Countries: All nationalities are eligible for this University of Warwick International Scholarship.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: PhD degree in Mathematical and Computational Modelling of High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must have a 1st or 2.1 honours degree (or equivalent).
- This is open to suitably qualified applicants from anywhere in the world.
- How to Apply: For applying, candidates have to take admission PhD degree at the university. All candidates must fulfil the University of Warwick entry criteria and obtain an unconditional offer before commencing enrolment.
- Supporting Documents: Candidates should submit an expression of interest by sending a CV and supporting statement outlining their skills and interests in this research area to www.warwick.ac.uk/engpgr/dgb/appcv/.
- Admission Requirements: Before admission, students need to check out the entry requirements for each qualification they plan to study.
- Language Requirement: Applicants need to demonstrate that they have a good level of written and spoken English, as most of the programs are taught entirely in English.