Scholarship application closes November 22, 2022.
A great offer is waiting for you! University of Liverpool is pleased to invite brilliant and fantastic international students to join its Doctoral Studentship in Cleaner Futures MOF Catalysts for CO2 Utilisation for the 2023/24 academic session.
Being a member of a dynamic team that collaborates closely, the successful aspirants will acquire collaboration and scientific communication abilities. This PhD studentship is a part of a sizable endeavor which aims to grant the scientific supports required for the UK consumer chemical industry to develop into a sustainable and carbon neutral industry.
University of Liverpool
The University of Liverpool was established in 1881 as a public research university in Liverpool. It has consistently been ranked in the top 150 universities in the whole world. The university has over 30,000 students studying over 440 programmes.
Scholarship Programme Perks:
This scholarship award offers a full tuition fee and a maintenance award for 3.5 years. The maintenance award for this scholarship programme worth £15,609 for 2021/22, and it may increase in 2022/23.
List of Applicable Subjects:
• Department of Chemistry
• Faculty of science and engineering
• School of physical sciences
Requirements of Entry (1):
All students willing to apply for this scholarship award must meet all the below criteria:
- Prospective aspirants are required to be enrolled in PhD degree at the University.
- Prospective aspirants should have a degree in Chemical Sciences or postgraduate research level students are advised to put in for this scholarship programme.
Scholarship Method of Application?
Kindly apply for your preferred course of study via the university’s online portal. International students who meet the eligibility criteria will also be considered.
For one to complete the online application, one will need the following:
- One’s school or college transcripts/ certificates
- One’s university transcripts
- Ones Degree certificates
- One’s English language certificates
- One’s Personal statement
- Two references signed and on letter-headed paper (these should be academic references if you have been in full-time education in the last three years)
- One’s research proposal ( it will be assessed for plagiarism, collusion, and other irregularities).
After submitting your application online, it will be assessed for the scholarship award. If the documents are fine with the University, you’re going to get the scholarship award as it is awarded based on merit.