The University of Warwick is actively recruiting high-caliber and talented applicants for the IGPP PhD fully funded scholarship Program in the United Kingdom for the academic year 2023-2024.
The scholarship aims to support amazing home and international students to pursue a postgraduate degree in the UK. The scholarship will cover a student stipend (was £17,668 in 2022/23), university fees (national or international level), and a Research and Training Support Grant of £1,250 per academic year, 4-year fully funded scholarships.
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Fully-funded IGPP PhD Scholarships
A beneficial opportunity for international applicants in the UK.
The University of Warwick is an enterprise embraced by the UK government to enhance higher education. It aims to be Europe’s leading University-based Business School, developing transformational ideas and people that shape how we do business. The university’s entrances were formally opened in 1965. It was rated among the globe’s greatest academic institutions within a few years of its structure. It ranks 19th globally and 4th in the UK in 2020 by QS.
Why study at the University of Warwick? The University of Warwick is one of the United Kingdom’s leading ten institutes, 54th globally (QS World University Rankings 2019), and the earth’s leading 100 institutes for graduate employability. The university aspires to be more successful in 2030 than today, as one of the world’s exceptional universities, by supporting its talented staff and students and giving them the freedom and best environments to flourish.Application Deadline: Open
- University or Organization: University of Warwick
- Department: Department of Mathematics
- Course Level: PhD
- Award: Fully funded
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: Home and International
- The award can be taken in the UK.
- Eligible Countries: Home and International students are eligible to apply.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded to the Department of Mathematics in PhD following subjects offered by the university.
- PhD in Public Health (Behavioural Science)
- PhD in Public Health (Mathematical Epidemiology)
- PhD in Public Health (Pathogen Diagnostics)
- PhD in Public Health (Pandemic Response Planning)
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- Students will be expected to meet Warwick’s general entry requirements.
- These include at least an upper second-class UK honors degree or international equivalent, evidence of English language capability, and two strong academic references.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Students must submit their admission application online. All applicants will be considered.
- Supporting Documents: Candidates must upload a curriculum vitae and a personal statement. The personal statement should explain why they are interested in a research studentship researching to support global pandemic planning, as well as any aspects of themselves that they want to highlight.
- Admission Requirements: Before admission, students must check out the entry requirements for each qualification they plan to study.
- Language Requirement: The students must check the following English language proficiency requirements.
The University of Warwick will provide the studentships funded to cover a student stipend (was £17,668 in 2022/23), university fees (national or international level), and a Research and Training Support Grant of £1,250 per academic year. Additional funds will be available to support laboratory costs (up to £10,000) for students involved in laboratory work.