The Siberian Federal University is glad to invite applications for the SibFU PhD Research Grant in: Biophysics, Optics and Quantum Chemistry, Urban Design and Planning, Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Metals, Metal Forming, Multidimensional Complex Analysis. Overseas citizens are welcome to apply. They must be maximum 30 years of age. Up to 600 000 rubles/year will be given to the winning candidates. The closing date of application is 31 August 2016.
The grant amount is 600 000 rubles per year (the scholarship is paid in case a PhD candidate has been enrolled to post-graduate PhD program in SibFU on a paid basis).The program duration is 3 years. The contest winner is paid equal amounts quarterly during the first year, followed by the renewal depending on the results of the annual report (In case a PhD candidate is a foreign citizen or a non-resident of Krasnoyarsk, he/she will be provided with a dormitory room in SibFU campus. PhD candidates will have to pay transportation, living, studying and insurance costs themselves).
Level and Area of Studies
PhD degree in Biophysics, Optics and Quantum Chemistry, Urban Design and Planning, Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Metals, Metal Forming, Multidimensional Complex Analysis.
Place of Study
At Siberian Federal University, Russia
Eligibility and Criteria
- Applicant age – not older than 30 years old (at the moment of application);
- Upper-intermediate level of English and above, proved by a certificate or by scientific publications in peer-viewed academic journals in English (note: the certificate is non-obligatory for native English speakers);
- Research work experience during the period of education in Master’s degree program, proved either with publications in peer-viewed scientific journals, conference proceedings and taking part in international scientific conferences, or with Master’s work supervisor’s or colleagues’ recommendations.
- The applicant has never been a winner of this program before.
Students from around the world are welcome to apply.
Please go to the link below to see detail guideline of application procedure.
31 August 2016.