Project can be funded by the MIBTP-BBSRC training programme (UK and EU students) or a Darwin Trust scholarship (Worldwide). Please state in application which scheme you wish to be considered for. For MIBTP-BBSRC, you will need to fill in a University of Birmingham application AND the short notification form on the University of Warwick MIBTP portal (MIBTP is a doctoral training partnership between Warwick, Birmingham and Leicester).
Further details on the BBSRC MIBTP scheme are here: View Website
Deadline: 6 January, 2019
Number of Studentships available: 30
Stipend: RCUK standard rate (plus travel allowance and laptop).
To check eligibility visit: View Website
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 42.80
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