The Francis Crick Institute has launched a second call for applications to its four-year PhD Programme for entry in September 2016.
If you are a graduate/master’s student with a background in biological sciences, physics, mathematics, computer science and/or chemistry and are interested in undertaking a PhD programme, please Click here, or visit the Crick website, for details.
Students are invited to apply by noon, Wednesday 30 March 2016. More information about the studentships can also be found on the King’s intranet.
The London Arts and Humanities Partnership has up to 80 PhD studentships available for postgraduate students applying for a doctoral programme in the arts and humanities at one of the three partner institutions: King’s, UCL and the School of Advanced Study. Subject to availability, these awards will cover:
tuition fees for a maximum of three years at the Home/EU rate
annual maintenance grant or allowance (stipend)
Before applying for a LAHP studentship you must have already applied for admission, LAHP strongly recommends that you submit your admissions application before Friday 16th January 2015.
If you have already commenced doctoral study, you may apply for funding for the remainder of your study, providing that, at the start of the AHRC award (September 2015), you will have at least 50% of the period of study remaining.
LAHP studentships are open to UK and EU students who meet the AHRC’s residency requirements. EU students are eligible to apply for LAHP funding on exactly the same basis as UK students. LAHP expects to make full awards (fees and maintenance) to successful EU candidates in 2015.
Your research topic must be within the subject areas covered by the AHRC. LAHP encourages cross-supervision between the partner universities; please speak to the supervisors or departments about the possibilities available.
The London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP) is pleased to invite applications from outstanding candidates for AHRC/LAHP Doctoral Training Awards for 2014-15 entry.
Up to 80 three year studentships are available from the London Arts & Humanities Partnership (AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership) to support postgraduate research covering all the arts and humanities disciplines across the three partners: King’s College London, School of Advanced Study (University of London) and University College London.
Awards will cover tuition fees and maintenance (stipend) for those that are eligible.
Both prospective and existing Home/EU postgraduate research students will be able to apply. If you have already commenced your doctoral study, you will need to be studying for at least one more year full-time or 20 months part-time (excluding the writing up period) from September 2014 in order to be eligible.
All eligible students wishing to apply will need to complete an AHRC/LAHP Application form and submit the completed form to the LAHP office via email. For those who will be joining King’s College London as a new student in 2014/15, you will also need to ensure that you have submitted a complete admissions application to the College for a place on a postgraduate research degree programme.
ESRC studentship funding is highly competitive. In view of the limited number of awards and the very high standard of applications received, successful applicants are likely to have a very good first degree (BA or BSc Honours or equivalent), at first class standard (or upper second class with clear evidence of first class work). Applicants for a doctoral award will normally also have an appropriate Masters degree (at distinction or at least high merit level) and/or another appropriate qualification, such as prior professional or work-related expertise, relevant to your proposed area of study.
Candidates should complete the relevant Case for Support form for your chosen mode of studentship (+3 or 1+3). You will also need to complete a full admissions application for your chosen Masters or PhD programme. The application should include two references, and transcripts from all previous study.
Current doctoral students who will have completed no more than 12 months full-time study (or part-time equivalent) as of 1 October 2014 are also eligible to apply for ESRC funding. Current students do not need to complete a new admissions application, but will need to provide a reference from their primary supervisor.