This PhD project is offered on a self-funded basis. It is open to all applicants with funding or those applying to funding sources. We are happy to provide support in drafting applications. Candidates must be able to meet admission criteria and tuition fee requirements of our department.
There is also a potential for a China Scholarship Council fellowship with the following eligibility criteria:
Be a Chinese national
Meet the requirements of the CSC – View Website
Hold an unconditional offer to study for a PhD at the Imperial College London
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