2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme
Opens 25 Oct 2021 12:00 PM (GMT)
Deadline 14 Jan 2022 12:00 PM (GMT)
Description

Our mission is to create lasting, meaningful change throughout the world, and your research can be a key part of us achieving that goal. Our generous fully funded PhD studentships will allow you to concentrate on what matters most — producing high-quality, world-leading outputs that fulfil our reputation for excellence, by delivering real impact on a global scale.

Re:ducing barriers, inspiring re:search

Finance shouldn’t be a barrier to research innovation and excellence. Our ethos is ‘success for all’ — and if you’ve got the talent, the perspectives and the capacity to deliver change, we’ll support you. In return for your expertise and groundbreaking research outputs, our studentships will:

  • cover the full cost of your PhD fees
  • provide a tax-free stipend for your living expenses

2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme

Each studentship will be accepted as a full-time or part-time doctoral candidate at NTU, to pursue a defined research project.

The studentship will cover:

  • Tuition fees for Years 1-3 of PhD study at Nottingham Trent University and the thesis-pending fee (a reduced fee for candidates in completing their thesis) in Year 4.
  • A stipend to be paid in monthly arrears in Years 1-3 of PhD study at Nottingham Trent University in line with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) minimum rates. You can find further information on UKRI rates on the UK Research and Innovation website.

Eligibility criteria

The Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme has funded some remarkable projects over the last few years, and we hope to see that continue for 2022. The 2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme is open to all UK, EU, and Overseas students who meet the academic and scheme eligibility criteria: to check that you are eligible to apply, please consult the criteria below. You must meet the standard qualifications entry criteria for PhD study at Nottingham Trent University which can be found in paragraphs 4.4 and 4.5 of the Quality Handbook Section 11- Research Degrees.

  1. You must be available to begin study at Nottingham Trent University either on our 1 October 2022 entry date or on our 5 January 2023 entry date.
  2. You are only allowed to submit one application relating to one proposal to the 2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.
  3. You must submit a full and complete application by Friday 14 January 2022.

Any questions or queries can be directed to doctoralschool@ntu.ac.uk. Please note that this Scheme is not available to existing doctoral level candidates who are based at Nottingham Trent University or applicants who already hold a doctoral degree.


Apply

2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme


Our mission is to create lasting, meaningful change throughout the world, and your research can be a key part of us achieving that goal. Our generous fully funded PhD studentships will allow you to concentrate on what matters most — producing high-quality, world-leading outputs that fulfil our reputation for excellence, by delivering real impact on a global scale.

Re:ducing barriers, inspiring re:search

Finance shouldn’t be a barrier to research innovation and excellence. Our ethos is ‘success for all’ — and if you’ve got the talent, the perspectives and the capacity to deliver change, we’ll support you. In return for your expertise and groundbreaking research outputs, our studentships will:

  • cover the full cost of your PhD fees
  • provide a tax-free stipend for your living expenses

2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme

Each studentship will be accepted as a full-time or part-time doctoral candidate at NTU, to pursue a defined research project.

The studentship will cover:

  • Tuition fees for Years 1-3 of PhD study at Nottingham Trent University and the thesis-pending fee (a reduced fee for candidates in completing their thesis) in Year 4.
  • A stipend to be paid in monthly arrears in Years 1-3 of PhD study at Nottingham Trent University in line with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) minimum rates. You can find further information on UKRI rates on the UK Research and Innovation website.

Eligibility criteria

The Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme has funded some remarkable projects over the last few years, and we hope to see that continue for 2022. The 2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme is open to all UK, EU, and Overseas students who meet the academic and scheme eligibility criteria: to check that you are eligible to apply, please consult the criteria below. You must meet the standard qualifications entry criteria for PhD study at Nottingham Trent University which can be found in paragraphs 4.4 and 4.5 of the Quality Handbook Section 11- Research Degrees.

  1. You must be available to begin study at Nottingham Trent University either on our 1 October 2022 entry date or on our 5 January 2023 entry date.
  2. You are only allowed to submit one application relating to one proposal to the 2022 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.
  3. You must submit a full and complete application by Friday 14 January 2022.

Any questions or queries can be directed to doctoralschool@ntu.ac.uk. Please note that this Scheme is not available to existing doctoral level candidates who are based at Nottingham Trent University or applicants who already hold a doctoral degree.


Apply
Opens
25 Oct 2021 12:00 PM (GMT)
Deadline
14 Jan 2022 12:00 PM (GMT)