The University of Liverpool is happily announcing the applications for the PhD Scholarships in Curricular Construction.The program will be jointly supervised by Dr John Claridge and Professor Matt Rosseinsky. The applications are inviting for the academic year of 2022-23.
The University of Liverpool was founded in 1841 and is frequently ranked among the world’s best higher educational institutes. Previously, the university was graded among the top 150 best universities worldwide. The Royal Character was given to the University in 1903.
- University: The University of Liverpool
- Department: The program is available for the departments of Chemistry, Physics, science, and engineering.
- Course Level: PhD
- Award: £15,609.00
- Number of Scholarships: Not Confirmed
- Access Mode: Online Applications
- Nationality: International Students
- Scholarship Country: The UK
Who is Eligible
- Eligible Countries: The university is accepting applications from all over the world.
- Eligible Programs: The program is valid for the PhD degree in Physical Crystallography of Advanced Inorganic Materials offered by the institute.
- Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must be international students.
How to Apply
- Application Mode: Applicants will apply for the PhD program through the university’s online portal. For scholarships, students will send a direct application to the supervisor at:firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Supporting Documents: Applicants will submit their applications along with the following documents:
- All previous education records/transcripts
- English language proficiency certificate
- Personal statement
- Research proposal
- Two references
- Admission Requirements: Applicants with at least a 2:1 degree or equivalent in Chemistry are eligible for admission.
- Language Requirements: Proof of language proficiency is mandatory.
Application Deadline: Applications are received by December 2nd, 2022.