PhD Studentship for the Academic Year 2023-24

  • Fully Funded
  • The Rosalind Franklin Institute
  • PhD, Studentship
  • Artificial Intelligence, Informatics, Biological Mass Spectrometry, Correlated Imaging, Next Generation Chemistry, Structural Biology
  • International Students
  • UK
open.
PhD Studentship for the Academic Year 2023-24PhD Studentship for the Academic Year 2023-24

Description for PhD Studentships.:

PhD Studentship for the Academic Year 2023-24 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows PhD, Studentship level program(s) in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Informatics, Biological Mass Spectrometry, Correlated Imaging, Next Generation Chemistry, Structural Biology taught at The Rosalind Franklin Institute . The deadline of the scholarship is open..

Franklin students are engaged in highly interdisciplinary projects that focus on various research themes and have a significant impact on the real world. They have the opportunity to work with top research supervisors, participate in industrial collaborations, and have access to the resources of top universities both in the UK and internationally, and state-of-the-art technologies.The Rosalind Franklin Institute is dedicated to fostering personal and professional growth for its students and staff, and providing support for their next steps in any field. The Institute offers various training resources, including those from the Franklin community, scientific collaborators on the Harwell Campus, the University of Edinburgh, and other university partners for Years 2-4. The Institute also values a strong research culture that students and staff can carry with them in their future careers. Franklin students will have the opportunity to gain advanced research skills through theme-specific activities tailored to early career researchers and exposure to diverse disciplines. Training materials will be available to them throughout their time at the Institute.

The Rosalind Franklin Institute is medical research centre supported by the Government of the United Kingdom located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire, England.

Degree Level for PhD Studentships.:

PhD Studentship for the Academic Year 2023-24 is available to undertake PhD, Studentship level programs at The Rosalind Franklin Institute.

Available Subjects for PhD Studentships.:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Informatics
  • Biological Mass Spectrometry
  • Correlated Imaging
  • Next Generation Chemistry
  • Structural Biology

Benefits for PhD Studentships.:

The Franklin PhD programme is fully funded for four years, where successful students will be offered:

  • Tax-free stipend each year for four years
  • ‘Home’ tuition fees for their entire degree*
  • All associated project, conference and publication costs
  • Free bus travel or free parking
  • Free affiliate student societies / club membership to a college from University of Oxford (please note that this does not include access to university accommodation, nor will our students be registered at University of Oxford)

Eligible Nationalities for PhD Studentships.:

This studentship is open to international students.

Eligibility Criteria for PhD Studentships.:

The Rosalind Franklin Institute is looking for open-minded candidates who want to develop and use Franklin technologies in novel, interdisciplinary research spanning their different scientific themes. RFI welcomes candidates from any scientific, maths, computing or engineering backgrounds.

To be considered for this programme, each applicant must have (or be on track to obtain):

  • a First Class or 2:1 degree in a relevant subject or
  • Any equivalent qualification to the above from a UK or international higher education institution in a relevant subject.

If English is not your first language, please note that you must be able to demonstrate a proficiency in English which is equivalent to a 7.0 score in an IELTS test, with a minimum score of 6.0 in each individual component. (We will request this from successful candidates after interview.)

Application Procedure for PhD Studentships.:

Applications for our PhD programme are submitted through RFI online portal. To complete and submit a PhD application, you will require the following information:

  • Your contact details
  • The contact details of two academic referees (please click here for suggestions on how to choose an appropriate referee)
  • Education and relevant employment experience
  • Degree transcripts and degree certificate (if applicable)
  • Research experience
  • Personal statement 800-word limit (please click here for guidelines on what to include)

If you have any questions, please email us at training@rfi.ac.uk.

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