PhD projects for UK and EU students

The following PhD opportunities are available for October 2018 entry to those who are eligible to pay tuition fees at the 'home' rate.

PhD students in Chemistry undertake the highest quality fundamental and applied research supervised by academic staff who are experts in their field. We have a distinctive interdisciplinary structure founded on strong areas of core chemistry. All research students follow our innovative Doctoral Training in Chemistry (iDTC): cohort-based training to support the development of scientific, transferable and employability skills^. The Department of Chemistry holds an Athena SWAN Gold Award and is committed to supporting equality and diversity for all staff and students.

We welcome applications at any time from students able to fund their own studies or who are applying for external scholarships.

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How to Apply

Projects with guaranteed funding:
Prof N Hunt Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Data Analysis Understanding biomolecular interactions with 2D-IR spectroscopy (PDF  , 534kb)

D - 50% Teaching Studentship
50% STFC Central Laser Facility

Apply - deadline 20 August 2018 or sooner if suitable applicant found

Dr K D Cowtan, Dr P Zhang and Professor A A Antson Chemical and structural biology, molecular biology, biophysics, data analysis Development of tools to automatically assess the quality and resolution of cryo- (PDF  , 258kb)  D - Diamond/ Chemistry Department

The deadline has now passed.  Interviews TBC

 

 * Will cover tuition fees only for those who do not meet the RCUK residency criteria

^ Unless on another specific graduate training programme

Funding Notes: -

C = Competition Funding (applications compete with others in the same funding scheme)

D = Directly funded (funding has already been agreed for this project)


Fully funded PhDs include tuition fees at the home rate, and a studentship payment towards your living expenses at the Research Council UK rate. In 2018/19 this will be £14,777.