Our postgraduate research community continues to grow and we regularly offer scholarships for research degrees – details of our current funding opportunities are listed below. New opportunities will be listed as they arise, so please check this page frequently.
Prospective students in need of funding are advised to start researching funding opportunities well in advance of commencing their studies. Websites of individual academic partners may contain information on forthcoming studentships –and you can also explore funding options by contacting staff within your subject area to find out how previous students have financed their studies.
Please note: applications for studentships will only be accepted on an application form - we cannot accept a CV – please read the application guidelines carefully.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
A PhD is a high level, globally-recognised qualification, rooted in original research and is rigorous and demanding. Most students are passionate about their area of interest and pursue a PhD as a result of their academic curiosity and desire for research excellence.
A PhD will typically take three to four years of full-time study, or five to six years of part-time study.