PhD Graphene NOWNANO CDT / Overview
Year of entry: 2023
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- Degree awarded
- Doctor of Philosophy
- 4 Years Full Time
- Entry requirements
We welcome applications to the PhD Nanoscience from graduates with an excellent degree (first or upper second) or an equivalent international qualification in science, engineering or biomedical disciplines.
Applicants should be enthusiastic and looking for a challenging interdisciplinary research training environment. Fully funded places are available for Home/UK students.
EU/International applicants are welcome to apply if they are in recipient of external scholarships or on a self-funded basis.
For exceptionally academically strong EU/International applicants with demonstrable research potential the CDT may be able to assist with applications to University of Manchester scholarships
- China Scholarship Council and The University of Manchester's Joint Scholarship Programme
President's Doctoral Scholar Award
FSE Dean's scholarships
Details of these scholarships can be found on the Faculty of Science and Engineering website .
There may also be alternative funding opportunities available for international applicants for more information please visit the University's international student funding advice page .
- Number of places/applicants
- The CDT recruits up to 20 students per academic year, please note not all places are funded by the CDT.
- How to apply
You can apply online via the University of Manchester's online application form, more information regarding how to apply, eligibility and CDT funding can be found on the CDT's website , please note in order to be considered you are required to provide the following supporting documentary evidence alongside your application form:
- Personal Statement
- Transcript (interim for ongoing programmes)
- Certificate (for all completed programmes)
- Two references from nominated referees
- English language assessment results (if applicable)
- Evidence of funding for all EU/International applicants
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The Graphene NOWNANO CDT offers the opportunity to join a diverse and interdisciplinary group of researchers undertaking a PhD in Nanoscience.
The Graphene NOWNANO CDT was established in 2013 with UK Research Council (EPSRC) funding and is now financially supported by The University of Manchester and industry. Working closely with the National Graphene Institute (NGI) and the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC), both based at The University of Manchester, the CDT offers a unique environment to undertake ground breaking research alongside opportunities for innovation and collaboration with industry within the fast growing family of graphene and 2D materials.
Fees for entry in 2023 have not yet been set. For reference, the fees for the academic year beginning September 2022 were as follows:
UK students (per annum): Band A £4,596; Band B £6,000; Band C £9,000; Band D £11,000
International, including EU, students (per annum): Band A £25,500; Band B £27,000; Band C £30,000; Band D £32,000
Further information for EU students can be found on our dedicated EU page.
Scholarships are available for Home/UK students, which includes full tuition fee funding and an annual stipend, paid monthly, in line with current UK research council guidelines, the stipend payment level for 2022/2023 as a guide is £16,062 per annum.
EU/International applicants must provide their own source of funding to cover all tuition fees and living expenses.
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- Graphene NOWNANO CDT
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