Do you have a love for mathematics, climate, life or earth sciences? Do you love research and want to do a PhD but unsure about funding? Oxford and Cambridge university are offering fully paid scholarships to curious students that want to expand their minds while studying for their doctorate degree!
This scholarship is specifically for students that have a strong mathematical background, particularly in probability and analysis. Students will need to have the following criteria:
- a first class honours degree in a Mathematics or a related degree discipline
- research interests that relates to the scientific areas covered by the CDT
- intellectual curiosity
- proficient in English
- familiar with analysis, probability, optimisation and partial differential equations
They also welcome applications from exceptional students in related subjects such as statistics, theoretical physics, computer science, engineering and natural sciences. Applicants are normally expected to be predicted or have achieved a first-class or honours degree (or equivalent international qualifications), in mathematics or a related discipline. The requirement for a first class degree with honours can be alternatively demonstrated by a strong degree at master’s level. International applicants are welcome to apply.
Apply now directly here on Oxford’s website. For more information, please go to Mathematics of Random Systems admissions page and register for the virtual graduate open day which is on Wednesday 24th November for more detailed information.
Cambridge are offering at least 12 funded PhD studentships for degree disciplines chosen in the following departments:
- Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics
- Earth Sciences
- Plant Sciences
When applying, have a look at the projects on offer and reach out to the lead supervisor to those that are of interest to you which you can find by contacting the C-CLEAR administrator.
Applicants are required to have the following:
- at least a 2:1 in an Honours degree from a UK university or the equivalent from an overseas university
- two exceptional references (it is advised that you get these in advance of the deadline)
- proficient in English
You will need to apply through the University’s Applicant Page where it will allow you to select your chosen course.
The final deadline for submission (including all references) is 12:00 noon on Thursday 6th January 2022 . For more information, visit Cambridge’s website and their programmes page for specific course details.
Also, come along to the virtual coffee meeting on Wednesday 8th December to hear from current students and their experiences. Register your place here by Friday 3rd December where a Zoom link will be sent nearer to the time.