Swansea University Fully-Funded PhD Studentship in UK 2015 is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .
Swansea University Fully-Funded PhD Studentship in UK 2015
College of Engineering Invites Applicants for a Fully-funded PhD Studentship. International & UK/EU Students can apply for this Studentship. The studentship covers the full cost of UK/EU tuition fees, plus a tax free stipend of £14,562 p.a. The last date for submission of application is 30 April 2015.
Following Institution(s) are participating
Swansea University’s in UK
Studentship is provided in engineering (Controlled Thermal Expansion Metamaterials for Lightweight Optical Applications) at Swansea University in UK.
Degree Level Offered:
PhD Degree level at Swansea University
To be eligible for Swansea University Fully-Funded PhD Studentship in UK 2015
following eligibility conditions are required.
- Candidates should have a first class or upper second class honours degree in engineering, mathematics and/or science. Work conducted by the successful candidate will comprise of an equal part of theory & computation, experimentation and pragmatic engineering. It is essential that the candidate will have covered the following areas at undergraduate level:
- Heat transfer
- -Thermal-structural properties of materials
- -Computer Aided Design
It is preferable that the candidate would also have a good understanding of:
- -Numerical programing and computational geometry
- -Experimental heat transfer
- -Finite Element Analysis
- -Manufacturing methods
- -These scholarships are open to UK/EU and international students, but please note that only the UK/EU fee level will be covered. International students will be expected to pay the difference between UK/EU fees and international fees.
UK/EU and International Students can apply for this Studentship.
- The mode of applying is electronically.
Last date for application submission is 30 April 2015
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