Funding support provided as follows:
100% UK/EU tuition fees for 3 years commencing Academic year 2019/2020 (UK/EU fees are £4,327 per annum for 2019/20).
Stipend support for three years at UKRI rates (2019/20 stipend £15,009 per annum).
Source of funding: Faculty of Natural Sciences, Keele University
Overseas students are eligible to apply, but must pay the difference in home/EU fees (£4,327 per annum) and overseas fees (£21,740 per annum)
Minimum of BSc (2:1 or higher) in Chemical Sciences or equivalent discipline, with strong preference for candidates with experience of chromatography and mass spectrometry. Experience in working with insects is desirable.