Description of Scholarship:

International PhD Studentships in Mental Health by UCL in UK announced by University College London for UK and international students to study in UK. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field(s) of Mental health in children and young people with Long Covid taught at University College London. The last date of applying for this scholarship is July 2, 2021 and scholarship provide £26,000 per annum to successful candidates.
The University College London provide a golden chance to UK and international students to complete their studies in the field(s) of Mental health in children and young people with Long Covid at UK on scholarship.

Short Detail of International PhD Studentships in Mental Health by UCL in UK:

schoolInstitute Name: University College London.
map Country to Study in: UK.
book Courses Offered:  Mental health in children and young people with Long Covid.
reading Degree Level: PhD .
student Students Nationality: UK and international students.
funding Scholarship Award: £26,000 per annum.
calendar Last Date/Dead Line: July 2, 2021.

Put your research skills into practice and gain new ones by applying for the PhD Studentships in Mental Health for children and young people with Long Covid offered by the University College London.

This education fund is available for the UK and international students and aims to support them in pursuing PhD degree program for the session 2021/2022.

Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:

  • To gain a place in this exciting programme, you must meet the requirements given below:
  • Applicants should have or expect to receive an upper second-class Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree (or equivalent work experience) in a relevant discipline or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.

How to Apply for Scholarship:

  • How to Apply: To be awarded this application, you must successfully take admission at the university first. You will also complete an online application form for the opportunity.

 

  • Award: The student will receive a starting stipend of up to £26,000 per annum (including London weighting) depending on clinical qualification and skills, as well as the cost of tuition fees based on UK fee or international fee status. This studentship covers the cost of tuition fees based on the UK (Home) rate or International Fees.