New studentships for 2013/2014
University of Brighton 2013 studentships closed for applications at 4pm on Thursday 27 June 2013
If you have submitted an application but do not hear from us within 3 weeks, regretfully you have not been successful with your application. The 2013 studentship have attracted a high number of quality applications and competition is understandably strong. The University of Brighton will offer research studentships in 2014 and will again welcome applications.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place between 15 and 19 July 2013. All those invited to interview will be informed of the outcome by 26 July 2013
If you have a question regarding your application please contact our Doctoral College on +44 01273 642915 or email@example.com
Valued at £58,500 each
Building on an investment of £5 million over three years we are now inviting applications from world-class research students within four research clusters:
- Understanding Conflict: Forms and Legacies of Violence
- Nanostructured Smart Materials
- Musculoskeletal Disease Pathology and Diagnosis
- Regenerative Medicine
These clusters have been established around existing high profile research teams for further development of their stimulating, cohesive, yet interdisciplinary research environments.
The Brighton Doctoral College is providing 60 new doctoral studentships over three years, and has committed funds for 20 new fully-funded studentships starting in 2013/14. These studentships are currently valued at £58,500 each.
Each studentship is for entry in the 2013/14 academic year and will support full-time doctoral study over a three-year period.
The University of Brighton was recognised as a ‘rising research star’ after moving up 21 places in the Times Higher Education quality league tables following the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008). At Brighton we are ambitious and determined to take our success to the next level, committed to delivering transformative research that has real-life positive impacts. We believe in two types of research – research that has been applied and research that will be applied. Find out more.
Award-winning research support
Our Doctoral College provides an academic and pastoral support network for researchers across the university and is recognised with the prestigious European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award.