An application for funding has been made to the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL). The outcome will be known in January/February 2020. If the funding is granted, a studentship will be available to UK/EU citizens covering 'Home' tuition fees, a maintenance stipend (£15,000 per annum, 2019-20 rate) and a budget for research expenses and training. Interested candidates are invited to contact the lead supervisor for more information.
We also welcome year-round applications from self-funded UK/EU/Overseas applicants who are able to secure funding to cover all costs involved with PhD training including living costs, tuition fees and bench fees.
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 23.00
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