University funding opportunities
Faculty PhD Scholarships 2020/21
Canterbury Christ Church University Graduate College welcomes applications for full-time PhD scholarships (a stipend of £13,000 p.a., tuition fee waiver for three years and an expense allowance of £500 p. a.). In some subject areas part-time PhD scholarships will also be available (tuition fee waiver for five years and an expense allowance of £300 p.a.) and in some subjects University instructor posts are available for 4 years alongside a part-time 4 year PhD fee waiver.
Scholarships are available for doctoral projects which fall within the main research priorities of the University (healthcare and medicine; education; science and technology; creative and digital arts; business, the economy and policy) and within one of our four Faculties (Arts and Humanities, Education, Health and Wellbeing, Social and Applied Sciences).
For more information about the research taking place across our Faculties, Schools and Research Centres and links to potential academic supervisors see: https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/postgraduate-research/postgradute-research-areas.aspx
Scholarships are available for 2020/21 across the four Faculties as set out below. For any academic queries please contact the Graduate College ([email protected]
) or the subject area specialists named below:
Faculty of Medicine, Health and Social Care
Scholarship applications are welcomed in any of the key areas of research in the Faculty: Mental Health, Arts and Health, Practice Development and Improvement Research, Social Inclusion and Health Inequalities, Care for Long-Term Conditions, Child Health and Wellbeing.
Please contact the Director of PhD Studies in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing for further information: Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman ([email protected]
General enquiries: Professor Eleni Hatzidimitriadou ([email protected]
) (Faculty Director of Research and Enterprise)
For any queries about the application and admissions process please contact Postgraduate Admissions ([email protected]
External funding available
Postgraduate Doctoral Loans
Government loans are available for a full stand-alone Doctoral course (not a top-up course). The loans will be paid directly to students by the Student Loans Company and will be subject to eligibility criteria.
We also welcome applications from self-funded candidates.
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