Brunel University London in the UK is offering PhD Studentships in Sphingolipid Rheostat as a Potential Target for UK and EU Students to help the outstanding and motivated students attain their educational goals.
The educational opportunity is exclusively offered to high achieving and deserving candidates from the UK or EU countries. The award includes a stipend and coverage towards the home/EU tuition fees.
Brunel University London is counted as a global university dedicated to providing education and research relevant to the needs of industry and society and ensuring that the UK is contributing to the knowledge base so it can compete on the world stage. Brunel is also one of the very best green spaces in the country, having received the Green Flag Award in 2021 for the third year running and thus, proving to be a safe and sound campus for students.
Application Deadline: 15 August 2021
- Institution: Brunel University London
- Department: NA
- Degree Level: PhD
- Mode of Applying: Online
- Available Awards: Not Known
- Value of the scholarship: £17,609
- To be taken at: UK
- Acceptable Nationalities: Both Home and EU countries are eligible to apply
- Available Courses: PhD degree in Sphingolipid rheostat as a potential target for Friedreich’s Ataxia at Brunel is eligible to undertake.
- Admissible Criteria: To be considered for admission, applicants that hold masters degree in any relative discipline
Method of Application
- Application Process: Aspiring students are required to log in to the application portal of the school and enroll accordingly. The applicants need to submit the following documents by mail to email@example.com.
- Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- An up-to-date CV
- A single-page A4 single-spaced personal statement stating why you are a suitable candidate for this position (i.e. outlining your qualifications and skills)
- One example of your academic writing (e.g. an essay, a section from an undergraduate or a Masters dissertation)
- Names and contact details for two academic referees
- A copy of your highest degree certificate and transcript
- Admission Requirements: The applicants should hold an undergraduate degree (first or upper second class) or equivalent qualification in biology, genetics or other similar disciplines with particular experience in molecular and cellular biology to get into a PhD programme.
- Language Requirement: The students are required to provide the following tests with minimum scores required by the university:
- IELTS – 7.0
The selected students will receive an allowance of £17,609 along with home tuition fees of the applied programme by Brunel University London.