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SAgE Doctoral Training Awards Scheme

With about 1000 research students, Newcastle University has a strong research culture and a thriving research student community. As a Doctoral Training Awards scholar, you will share your experiences and your research with their 2014 and 2015 DTA cohorts at dedicated induction and other events. They offer the highest standards of research training, with opportunities for you to develop technical excellence in your chosen discipline as well as personal skills to help enhance your professional effectiveness. Research training will be provided within your research group and through their Faculty researcher development programme, designed to broaden your awareness of the research landscape and to support your transition from doctoral student to independent researcher.

Degree PhD
Courses Biomedical Engineering, Cloud Computing for Big Data, Earth Systems Engineering and Science, Enabling Science and Technology, Energy, Food Security and Ecology, Human-Computer Interaction and Ubiquitous Computing, Materials, Medicinal Chemistry, Physics, Synthetic Biology
Eligible Countries Open to EU nationals
Provider Newcastle University
Deadline 22-Jan-2016
Covers Total value of £74,000
Taken at Newcastle University
Official Notice

How to Apply:

Application is simple.

  • Find the DTA project that interests you and apply for it via the on-line admissions portal. You must quote the DTA project reference number in your application.
  • Provide a current CV, your transcripts, a two page cover letter explaining why we should select you for your chosen project, and details for two referees.
  • Potential DTA projects will be launched on this website in early November. The deadline for applications is 22nd January 2016.

We particularly encourage applications from women.

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