Funding for UK/EU students
UK/EU students are eligible to apply for the following scholarships
Research Councils studentships
Research Council studentships funded by STFC and EPSRC are generally restricted to UK students and EU students who have taken their undergraduate courses in the UK. There may be residence issues in the case of UK passport holders who are not normally resident in the UK. Research Council Scholarships are awarded by the School of Physics and Astronomy on receipt of an application for a PhD place through the online system and satisfactory interview, and do not require a separate application. Research Council scholarships cover UK/EU fees and provide tax free stipends for living costs for 42 months. The stipend rates can be seen at the individual research council links. The initial application deadline is 24 January 2020, however, applications reached after the deadline will continue to be considered until all the positions are filled.
Principal’s Career Development Scholarships
The Principal’s Career Development Scholarships are available to all physics and astronomy PhD applicants.
Doctoral Training Schemes
There are two doctoral training schemes open to UK/EU students: the Soft Matter and Functional Interfaces Centre for Doctoral Training and the Mathematical Modelling, Analysis and Computation (MAC-MIGS) Centre for Doctoral Training
Further funding opportunities
The University Scholarships and Student Finance pages may contain information on further funding opportunities.