The Brain Research UK PhD Studentship is now open. Students from all over the world are welcome to apply. They will be doing research in one of our three priority research areas: acquired brain and spinal cord injury; neuro-oncology; and headache and facial pain. Expired 22 days ago, try next time!
The studentships are open to application by both clinicians and non-clinicians, and provide funding of up to £120,000 for three to four years. PhD studentships are for three to four years and include stipend, institutional fees, training costs, project research costs and conference-related costs.
Level and Area of Studies
PhD research in one of our three priority research areas: acquired brain and spinal cord injury; neuro-oncology; and headache and facial pain.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in UK.
Eligibility and Criteria
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
- The call is open to prospective PhD students wishing to carry out research in one of the three priority areas described above.
- The call is open to students who plan to commence study towards a PhD at a recognised UK Higher Education Institution in Autumn 2019.
- Candidates who have already commenced study towards a PhD are not eligible to apply.
- There is no requirement for students to be from the UK, nor resident for any amount of time before the award begins, however we will fund student fees up to the UK/EU rate only.
- Applicants must be available for interview in London at their own cost.
International students may apply.