Ph.D. Scholarships in Aura CDT Innovative Decommissioning, UK is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at the University of Hull UK
The University of Hull UK was founded in 1927 as University College Hull is located in Hull and is home to the Hull York Medical School.
The University of Hull is a public research university in Kingston upon Hull, a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
Benefits of the University of Hull Ph.D. Scholarship
The full-time Aura CDT Ph.D. scholarship includes fees and maintenance (£16,062 per annum, 2022/23 rate) for four years, depending on satisfactory progress.
Requirements for University of Hull PhD Scholarship Qualification
To be eligible, the If you have received a First-class Honours degree or a 2:1 Honours degree and a Masters (or the international equivalents) in Engineering, Earth Science, Mathematics, or Physics, with an interest in computational methods, we would like to hear from you.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to the University of Hull on www.hull.ac.uk to apply
Applications in this current round of recruitment to the Aura CDT are open solely to Home students. Applications are made via the University of Hull admissions system. If you have not applied to the University of Hull before, you will need to set up an account to enable you to track the progress of your application and upload supporting documents.
Apply for Aura CDT Innovative Decommissioning for Offshore Foundation Systems:
With your application, you need to upload copies of the following supporting evidence:
- Complete transcripts (and final degree certificate(s) where possible). If your qualification documents are not in English, you will need to supply copies of your original language documents as well as their official translation into English.
- A completed Supplementary Application Form (please upload a separate form for each project application when asked to add Personal Statement). The Aura Centre for Doctoral Training is committed to generating a diverse and inclusive training programme. As part of our inclusive practices, the Centre adopts a process of assessing applications purely based on skills and attributes and does not consider any personal details. As such we ask applicants to remove any personal details from the Supplementary Form which is used by the Panel to assess and select applicants for interview. The form asks for details of your education, training, and employment history as well as some specific questions about your motivations and research experience, and interests. It is very important that you do not include any personally identifying information. Completing the form applicants must:
- remove all personal references in their application. Specifically, do not include the following details: Names, age, country, sex, gender, religion, disability, race, sexual orientation
- Complete all sections of the form in front and size Calibri 11pt
- Please download the Supplementary Application Form here