BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership Awards:
University of Manchester offers fully-funded studentships that enable students to undertake a four-year BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) project in the biological, biomedical, mathematical and physical sciences, with a focus on interdisciplinary training, new ways of working and developing niche skills.
The University of Manchester, UK
Subjects related to biology, bio-medical science, mathematics, physical science.
UK, EU and International students.
The University of Manchester aims to support the most outstanding applicants from outside the UK.
Funding for this programme will cover UK tuition fees/stipend only. However, we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships that will enable full studentships to be awarded to international applicants.
These full studentships for international applicants will only be awarded to exceptional quality candidates, due to the competitive nature of this scheme.
International applicants must ensure they meet the academic eligibility criteria (including English language) as outlined before contacting potential supervisors to express an interest in their project. Eligibility can be checked via the University’s country-specific information page.
If your country is not listed, you must contact the Doctoral Academy Admissions Team, email: [email protected] You should provide a detailed CV (to include academic qualifications – stating degree classification(s) and dates awarded) and the relevant transcripts.
Following the review of your qualifications and with support from potential supervisor(s), you will be informed whether you can submit a formal online application
If you wish to be considered for a BBSRC DTP studentship and/or CASE studentship and meet our eligibility criteria, you must complete a single online application.
22 January 2021