Description of Scholarship:
International NIHR School for Primary Care PhD Studentships announced by University of Nottingham for International students to study in United Kingdom. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field(s) of PhD degree at NIHR School for Primary Care Research taught at University of Nottingham. The last date of applying for this scholarship is 15th September, 2021, and scholarship provide fees and an annual tax-free stipend of £16,000 to successful candidates.
The University of Nottingham provide a golden chance to International students to complete their studies in the field(s) of PhD degree at NIHR School for Primary Care Research at United Kingdom on scholarship.
Short Detail of International NIHR School for Primary Care PhD Studentships:
Institute Name: University of Nottingham.
Country to Study in: United Kingdom.
Courses Offered: PhD degree at NIHR School for Primary Care Research.
Degree Level: PhD.
Students Nationality: International students.
Scholarship Award: fees and an annual tax-free stipend of £16,000.
Last Date/Dead Line: 15th September, 2021,.
The University of Nottingham is providing the NIHR School for Primary Care PhD Studentships for students with a strong academic record who wish to develop a career in primary care research.
The awards offer traditional project-specific training in areas of particular importance to primary care and are awarded to applicants from diverse backgrounds including medical statistics, social sciences, health economics, health psychology.
Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:
To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:
- Applicants must have to enroll in the PhD degree program
How to Apply for Scholarship:
The students must enroll themselves in the university using the online application portal and completing the application process.
Award: The studentship award includes fees and an annual tax-free stipend of £16,000. This award will fund tuition fees to the value of home fees; students with overseas status are welcome to apply but will be required to confirm that they can fund the remainder of their fees from alternative sources.