New Delhi: The University of Hull’s energy and environment institute holds a number of funded PhD scholarships for eligible candidates representing some of the most relevant challenges of society. The scholarships are carried out by the Aura Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) with partners Durham, Newcastle, and Sheffield Universities, and the CDT will also work closely with over 20 industry partners. Successful candidates will spend 1 year at the University of Hull completing a taught PG diploma degree while developing their research proposal.
The applications for this scholarship will be closed on December 31st. International candidates wishing to be based at Hull or Durham for the duration of their PhD portion of their studies will be receiving a scholarship covering all 4 years of tuition fee and an annual stipend depending on satisfactory progress.