The following scholarship schemes are led or supported by the GRC
The University of Kent has partnered with the University of Lille to offer the following PhD scholarships for 2022 entry as part of the University of Lille's I-SITE project. The I-SITE project aims to increase research impact and international visibility involving four hubs: Precision Human Health; Science for a Changing Planet; Human-Friendly Digital World; Changing Cultures, Societies and Practices.
The scholarships include home fees plus a maintenance stipend at the Home Research Council rate for three years. They will be on a cotutelle (dual award) basis, with students spending time at both Kent and Lille (minimum of 12 months at each).
PhD Scholarship Projects Currently Open for Applications:
Application Deadline: Sunday 27 February 2022 – 23.59 GMT
University of Kent's Signature Research Themes reflect cutting-edge research and innovation activities across disciplinary borders, and enhance our engagement with wider communities, regionally, nationally and internationally.
A number of signature research theme PhD scholarships will be available for 2022 entry.
The University of Kent and the China Scholarship Council are jointly providing up to 20 fully funded PhD scholarships per annum for Chinese students to study at University of Kent's UK campuses.