Kent-Lille Joint (Cotutelle) PhD Scholarships
Fees and Stipend at the Research Council rate £15,009 (Home/EU rate only).
Jointly supervised PhDs (widely known as cotutelles) offer PhD students the chance to be jointly supervised by the University of Kent and a university in another country, resulting in a dual award: a PhD from Kent and a doctorate from the partner university.
- Scholarships are available on a cotutelle (dual award) basis only
- Students have to spend at least 12 months at Kent and Lille
- Before applying students are required to identify an academic supervisor from Kent and Lille
- In order to be eligible for the Scholarship, Research proposals must fit within the following thematic areas:
- Precision Human Health
- Promote system biology and precision medicine
- Catalyse a digital revolution in biomedical research
- Maximise the impact for patients and society
- Science for a Changing Planet
- Understand and monitor planetary changes
- Explore alternatives to fossil fuels
- Impacts and adaptation (eg. impact of air pollution on human health)
- Human-Friendly Digital World
- Humanities for a friendly digital world
- Taming complexity with innovative conceptual tools
- From disruptive concepts to friendly devices (hard and soft)
How to apply
Candidates should contact the relevant academic school and identify a supervisor at Kent and discuss your cotutelle plans with them. Once the academic school has confirmed it would be willing to admit and supervise your as a cotutelle candidate, you will need to apply for a place at the University of Kent through a standard PhD application, indicating that you wish to be considered for the cotutelle award.
Questions should be directed to: Graduate School University of Kent Canterbury
Kent, CT2 7NF E:firstname.lastname@example.org T: (01227) 827838
The deadline for this award has now passed.