One fully-funded 1+3 year (MRes + PhD) studentship is still available to start in October 2019. Potential candidates are encouraged to submit their CV and a covering letter, including full contact details of two referees to Jinata Subba (CDT Programme Manager).
Applicants must be EU nationals or have permanent leave to remain in the UK and should hold or expect to obtain a first or upper-second class honours degree or equivalent in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or a related field. A Master’s degree in one of the above fields would be advantageous.
- Stage 1: Available studentships will be released - via Imperial College and FindAPhD.com around October/November
- Stage 2: Applicants to send a full CV, cover letter and two references to the Jinata Subba. Please clearly indicate your top three projects you wish to undertake, from the list of projects
- Stage 3: Applications will be reviewed and shortlisted applicants will be invited for a formal interview, tour of the facilities and informal meetings with potential supervisors
- Stage 4: Interviewed candidates will then send in their top three project, post interview/meetings
- Stage 5: Directors to review interview, supervisors' feedback and match candidates with one of their top choice projects, based on their skill, suitability and aptitude
- Stage 6: Succesful applicants will then be invited to make a formal application via Imperial to Advanced Molecular Synthesis [1+3] (MRes 1YFT) - Programme Code: F1SRT.1
Full funding is available for Home Students and European Union nationals who have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least three years prior to the start date a CDT studentship, i.e. for a 1st October 2019 start date you would need to have been resident in the UK since 30th September 2016.
Overseas students with full funding are welcome to apply.
To be eligible for a full award (stipend and fees) a student must have:
- Settled status in the UK, i.e. no restrictions on how long they can stay; AND
- Been ‘ordinary resident’ in the UK for 3 years prior to the start of the grant; AND
- Not be residing in the UK wholly or mainly for the purpose of full-time education (This does not apply to UK or EU nationals).
We have a limited number of part-industry, part-EPSRC funded CDT projects available. These will provide an equivalent level of funding to the full EPSRC award.
EU and overseas students who are not eligible for the EPSRC award would only be entitled to the industry funding (usually equivalent to half of the full EPSRC award).
International candidates with their own funding can be considered for a place in the CDT programme, but must contact a supervisor to develop their own project.