Applications are invited for the following PhD research studentships within the School of Engineering and Built Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University. The studentship is for a period of three and a half years (42 months), subject to satisfactory progress and provides payment of tuition fees at the UK/EU rate plus an annual stipend of £14,600. (Please note that students from outside the EU are required to pay the difference between International and EU fees, currently this would amount to £6,672 per annum).
The successful candidate is expected to undertake up to 6 hours of academic support activity per week.
The candidate should possess a relevant 1st or 2.1 honours degree. It is anticipated that the candidate will liaise with industry and that he/she will have to travel nationally/internationally for meetings and conference presentations.
How to apply
To download an application form click here (Application to undertake a programme of research).
Once completed, return by email to GCUStudentships@gcu.ac.uk. Please state the Project title and reference number on the completed application form. The closing date for applications is Friday 7th September; short-listed candidates will be contacted by 28th September with interview details.
Click on the research group links below for information about indvidual studentships:
Construction Management and Economics
Design, Process and Manufacturing
Diagnostic Systems and Sensors
Energy and Power Systems
Environmental Technology and Management
Interactive and Trustworthy Technologies
Network and Communication Systems
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