New PhD Studentships
EPSRC PhD Studentships in Pure and Applied Mathematics (2013/14 entry closed)
The Department of Mathematics has EPSRC studentships for students from the United Kingdom (UK) or the European Union (EU), funded through the Department's EPSRC-based Doctoral Training Account (DTA). The studentships provide full funding (for 3.5 years) for UK and EU PhD students, who have been residents in the UK for 3 years prior to application, and fees-only funding for other EU students. These studentships are awarded on a competitive basis and application should be made through the Department, preferably by 15th of March for students wishing to start the following October. Applicants with an interest in Pure or Applied Mathematics related to the research fields of academics in the Department are welcome.
- Funding: £13,590 in the first year, rising in successive years, and full tuition fees
- Applicants profile: The successful applicant would have a 1st or upper 2nd class honour degree in Mathematics or related areas, preferable a four year degree or an MSc or Master degree
- Applications: Applications can be made online and submitted to our admissions office. Information on how to apply and what supporting documents you'll need can be found in the postgraduate prospectus.
- Enquires: For informal inquiries please contact Sergei Petrovskii, Tel: +44(0)116 252 3916, or e-mail sp237. Alternatively you can contact one of the potential supervisors - view the Academic and Research staff list