The University of Liverpool is accepting applications for its partially funded International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance.
About the University of Liverpool and Scholarship
The University of Liverpool (abbreviated UOL; colloquially known as The Uni of) is an English public research institution located in Liverpool. It was established in 1881 as a college, and in 1903 it was granted a Royal Charter and the authority to confer degrees. It is also acknowledged as the first institution to be referred to as “The Original Red Brick” and one of the six red brick municipal universities. There are 35 departments and schools spread over its three faculties. It is a founding member of the N8 Group for scientific collaboration and the Russell Group, and its business school has earned the triple crown designation.
The University of Liverpool was placed 31st out of 124 universities in The Independent’s Complete University Guide 2013 based on nine metrics, while it was ranked 34th out of 113 institutions in The Times Good University Guide in 2008. The University of Liverpool was recently placed 27th out of 123 universities in The Sunday Times university guide.
The University of Liverpool’s reputation for producing internationally renowned research has been validated by the Research Excellence Framework for 2014. In the top 10 in the UK for research excellence rated as 4* (world-leading) or 3* (internationally excellent), Chemistry, Computer Science, General Engineering, Archaeology, Agriculture, Veterinary & Food Science, Architecture, Clinical Medicine, and English performed particularly well in terms of the impact of their research.
The International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance are now accepting applications from eager and motivated individuals. The primary goal of the bursary is to give overseas students who desire to enroll in the university’s Ph.D. program financial help.
Details about the International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance at the University of Liverpool:
Scholarship Sponsor: NSG Group/University of Liverpool, UK
Scholarship Value: 50% Tuition Fees
Number of Awards: N/A
Study level: PhD
Host Institution(s): University of Liverpool, UK
Eligibility Criteria for the International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance
Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance at the University of Liverpool:
- Students from all nations are eligible to apply.
- Students may apply for a Ph.D. in computer science through the University of Liverpool’s Faculty of Science and Engineering.
- The following requirements must be met by candidates to be considered:
- The candidates may be college students from any country.
- Candidates must possess a master’s degree from a reputable institution.
- Admission Criteria: Applicants must fulfill the admission criteria of the university department they desire to enroll in, which in this case is often an academic qualification pertinent to chemical sciences.
- Students must submit their results from the following English language proficiency exams:
IELTS – 88
C1 Advanced CAE – 176
TOEFL IBT – 88
Required Documents for Application
- Transcripts and/or diplomas from schools or colleges
- University records
- Degree transcripts
- English language proficiency certifications (only for candidates from abroad)
- Personal assertion
- If you have been enrolled in full-time education for the past three years, provide two references who have signed and stamped letterhead.
- Research proposal (which may be checked for errors such as plagiarism and collusion).
Application Procedure for International Ph.D. Studentships in Discovery of Materials for Enhanced PV Performance
Applicants can use the university’s application portal to submit their admissions applications. Students must make sure to provide the following reference on their application to be considered for the scholarship: (Reference CCPR025) New porous materials for CO2 catalysis.
You can also visit the official website for further details.
The Submission Deadline is: 17 March 2024
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