The University of Swansea is calling on applicants from all over the United Kingdom and the EU for their EPSRC DTP PhD scholarship from the United Kingdom School of Engineering.
The research program offers an exciting opportunity for applicants to develop experience in the fields of Ionics solid-state and reliable state batteries.
Founded in 1920, Swansea University offers many funds for academic, departmental, excellence and income-related studies. As a research-led institution, SU has a reputation for the quality of its student experience.
Why at the University of Swansea? As a student at Swansea University, you will benefit from its services and programs. It is a public research university that offers several degree programs and financial aid opportunities that help students in their studies.
Application deadline: September 30, 2019
- University or organization: Swansea University, College of Engineering
- Department: Development of solid electrolytes for reliable state lithium batteries
- Course level: PhD
- Prize: tuition fees and an annual stipend of £ 15,009
- Access mode: online
- Number of awards: NA
- Nationality: the United Kingdom and Europe
- The prize can be taken in the United Kingdom.
- Eligible countries: applications from across the United Kingdom and the EU are accepted.
- Acceptable course or subjects: the scholarship will be awarded for the doctorate in the field of electrochemical energy storage, batteries, solid-state batteries offered by the university
- Eligible criteria: to be available, applicants must meet all of the following:
- Candidates must have a first or second upper class (2.1) of honors degree and / or master’s degree in Chemistry, Materials Science or Engineering.
- UK / EU candidates are only eligible to run
How to apply
- How to apply: to apply, candidates must complete the PGR application of the Faculty of Engineering and submit the required documentation to Dr. Anji Reddy Munnangi [email protected]
- Supporting documents: As part of the application, applicants must submit the two-page CV, degree certificates and transcripts, cover letter and ‘Supplementary Personal Statement,’ contact details of at least two arbitrators for letters of recommendation (employer academic or previous).
- Admission requirements: applicants must have a first or second class higher honors degree
- Language requirement: Applicants must meet all English language entry requirements.
- Benefits: The University of Swansea will award prizes to cover the total cost of UK / EU tuition and an annual stipend of £ 15,009. Additional funds will be available for research expenses.