Have you considered studying in the UK? If yes, then you are encouraged to apply for the Johnson Matthey PhD Programme at Swansea University (Faculty of Medicine, Swansea University).
These study programmes are designed for international students who intend to pursue a postgraduate degree at Swansea University.
Swansea University is a world-class university, well-known for its academic achievements, making it one of the top 30 universities in the UK and one of the top 251-300 worldwide.
Swansea University – why should I study there? Swansea is a place of art and culture. There are many opportunities at Swansea and its multicultural dual campus. It provides a friendly and relaxed atmosphere that’s commonly described as the Swansean experience.
Application Deadline: May 10, 2021
- University or Organisation: Swansea University
- Department: NA
- Course level: PhD degree
- Award: Fully-funded
- Number of Awards: NA
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in the UK
- Accepted countries: Applications are accepted from all over the world.
- The following are eligible courses or subjects: PhDs in Nanotechnology, physics, chemistry, engineering, material science, catalysis, and electron microscopy.
- Eligibility Criteria: What you need to do is:
- Students must hold a master’s degree (or its equivalent) in physics, chemistry, or engineering, with an upper second class (2:1) honours degree.
- Computational/numerical skills for image processing and modelling are essential.
How to Apply
- Application: Applicants must fill out the university’s application form and submit it to the university. After that, you have to complete the College of Engineering PGR application and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Monitoring Form_Ffurflen Monitro
- Please complete and send the following documents to [email protected] addressing the email to ‘Atomic Imaging of Nanoparticle Catalysts During Operation – Professor Richard Palmer’:
- Degree certificates and transcripts
- A cover letter that explains your experience and skills and why the project matches well with your skills.
- Contact information for two references (academic or previous employers)
- The entry requirements for individual courses can vary widely. You will need an equivalent qualification if you are studying towards a non-UK qualification or hold a non-UK qualification in order to enrol on the courses at Swansea University.
- The student must have an IELTS score of 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each component in order to be considered for admission.
A stipend of £15,609 a year for four years and tuition fees will be provided by Swansea University.