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2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme

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2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme

The studentship will cover:

  • tuition fees (Home/EU or International depending on your fee status) for Years 1-3 of your MPhil/PhD study at Nottingham Trent University
  • a stipend to be paid in monthly arrears in Years 1-3 of your MPhil/PhD study at Nottingham Trent University in line with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) minimum rates. You can find further information on UKRI rates on the UK Research and Innovation website.
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Eligibility criteria

The 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme is open to all UK, EU, and Overseas students who meet the academic and scheme eligibility criteria detailed further below.

  1. Your qualifications must meet or exceed the specific Nottingham Trent University qualifications entry criteria for MPhil/PhD study which can be found in paragraph 5.1 of the Nottingham Trent Quality Handbook Part C Section 11 (Research Degrees).
  2. You should either hold the required qualification(s) at the time of application or be able to state that you will have completed the relevant qualification or equivalent by the time your PhD begins.
  3. You must be available to begin full-time, on-site study at Nottingham Trent University either on our 01 October 2020 entry date or on our 05 January 2021 entry date.
  4. We are looking for proposals that are aligned to our Research Centres. Please indicate clearly which Research Centre you feel your research interest is best aligned to.
  5. If you already hold a doctoral level qualification you are ineligible to apply for funding under the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.
  6. If you have already commenced doctoral study at NTU or at another University you are ineligible to apply for funding under the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.
  7. You are only allowed to submit one application relating to one proposal to the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.
  8. Applicants wishing to study part-time are not eligible to apply for funding under this scheme.

Please check that you meet the scheme and academic eligibility requirements before beginning your funding application.

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The application process

The 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme closes on 14 February 2020 at 12 noon (GMT) for entry in October 2020 or January 2021.

The NTU Doctoral School will treat your online form as an application for a place to study for an MPhil/PhD research degree at Nottingham Trent University, as well as a funding application for the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme. Please note that it is possible that you may be eligible for a place to study at NTU, but that your application is not considered for funding under the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme.

The online application consists of mandatory sections which need to be completed before you are able to submit.

Please note that the data for the 2020 Nottingham Trent University PhD Studentship Scheme is collected through a third-party system developed and hosted by the company SurveyMonkey.

You can download our full applicant guidance notes for more information, including the assessment criteria for selecting successful candidates.

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