IBD Partnership is a consulting company based in UK, specialized in business and education projects.
In this blog IBD Partnership will put information regarding different possibilities and events in UK and in Europe. Hope it will be useful and life changing experience to all of you!
Regarding the EU educational projects, please consult www.ibdpartnership.co.uk
Follow us on Twitter @IBDpartnership!
Monday, 31 October 2016
75 Fully-funded PhD Studentships at Nottingham Trent University
Deadline: 9 December 2016
Open to: international students with a Masters qualification or
a 1st Class/2.1 Bachelor’s degree
Scholarship: 75 fully funded PhD studentships
Nottingham Trent University is inviting applications
for 75 Fully-funded PhD Studentships. These studentships are open to
international students to pursue PhD degree programme for the 2017-2018
Scholarships are offered in diverse fields within School
of Animal, Rural and Environmental Science, School of Architecture, Design and
the Built Environment, School of Art & Design, School of Arts and
Humanities, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Law School, School of
Science and Technology and School of Social Sciences to help students in
upgrading their education.
Applicants must hold (or expect to obtain by 1st October
2017) a Masters qualification or a 1st Class/2.1 Bachelor’s degree in a
relevant subject area (including, where appropriate, training in the relevant
research methods and, where relevant, laboratory experience). For applicants
holding a 2.2 at Bachelor’s degree this must be supported by a Masters at
“Merit” level as an additional qualification;
Only available for new applicants, existing PhD
students are not eligible to apply;
Applications can be accepted from UK/EU and
International students. The minimum English language proficiency
requirement for candidates who have not undertaken a higher degree at a UK HE
institution is IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all skills).
Up to 75 fully funded PhD studentships for 2017 entry. This
studentship competition is open to applicants who wish to study for a PhD
on a full-time basis only. The studentship will pay UK/EU fees (currently set
at £4,121 for 2016/17 and are revised annually) and provide
a maintenance stipend linked to the RCUK rate (this is revised annually
and is currently £14,296 for academic year 2016/17) for up to three years.
The studentships will be expected to commence in 2017.