This PhD studentship is funded through an International Postgraduate Research Programme of the University of Liverpool and A*STAR/ARAP of Singapore.
Funding is for 2 years at standard RCUK stipend rate while working at the University of Liverpool (years 1 & 4), and for 2 years via the A*STAR/ARAP programme at their generous standard stipend rate while working in Singapore (years 2 & 3).
Tuition fees are covered at the UK Home/EU student rate (no tuition fees at Singapore).
Upon successful completion of the project a PhD will be awarded by the University of Liverpool. Applications from Home/EU students only.
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