Dual-award between The University of Manchester and The University of Melbourne
The University of Manchester has existing, highly productive links with The University of Melbourne and now wishes to extend this relationship to our Global Doctoral Research Network (GOLDEN) by establishing collaborative postgraduate research projects.
What is a dual-award programme?
This dual-award programme offers candidates the opportunity to apply for a project with a strong supervisory team both in Manchester and in Melbourne. A dual-award is a PhD programme which leads to separate awards from two partner institutions. PhD candidates will be registered at both Manchester and Melbourne and must complete all of the requirements of the PhD programme in both the home and partner university.
PhD candidates will begin their PhD in Manchester and will then spend at least 12 months in Melbourne. The amount of time spent at Manchester and Melbourne will be dependent upon the project and candidates will work with their supervisory team in the first year to set out the structure of the project.
PhD candidates on a dual-award programme can experience research at two quality institutions and applying for a dual-award programme will support you to develop a global perspective and will open the door to new job opportunities. Boost your intercultural skills and experience the opportunities studying in Melbourne and Manchester provide by applying to one of our available projects.
The University of Manchester has six studentships available and is now offering candidates the opportunity to apply to one of the projects below to start in September 2021.
You will spend at least 12 months at each institution and will receive a dual PhD at the end of the three and a half year programme.
Funding for the programme will include tuition fees, an annual stipend at the minimum Research Councils UK rate (approximately £15,285 for 2020/21), a research training grant and student travel to Melbourne.
How to apply
This funding opportunity is now closed for applications.