University of Reading ESRC Funded PhD Studentships, UK, 2022/2023
Located in southeast England, The University of Reading is among the top 30 UK universities worldwide. The University of Reading offers a comprehensive portfolio of programs ranging from the basic and advanced sciences to the humanities, social sciences, business, arts, and languages. Emerging research informs education on an ongoing basis, with university staff members operating from the leading edge of their expertise.
The University of Reading is committed to developing a wide range of educational opportunities, including excellent academic and scientific programs, and to helping students become the best they can be. The university encourages students throughout their learning process and develops them into their best selves through personality development programs.
- Host University: University of Reading;
- Host Country: United Kingdom;
- Study Level: PhD Level;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Scholarship Worth: Check the details below;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Available Subjects: Social Sciences;
- Application Deadline: January 14, 2022.
The ESRC Funded PhD Scholarships are available for all National, International and PhD Students in the field of Social Sciences at the University of Reading.
For international applicants who are being considered for a SeNSS scholarship, the University of Reading will provide the difference in tuition between the home country fee and the international fee.
For eligibility for doctoral programs, successful candidate(s) generally require an undergraduate level degree with a minimum of a 2.1 grade above or equivalent value plus a master’s degree, related to the topic of the intended doctoral program.
For certain university fields, including the arts, humanities, social sciences, and business, candidates are typically admitted to study for a PhD only after completing a master’s degree.
In order to participate in this scholarship, applicants must apply to the University for Acceptance into a doctoral program. Applying for admission to a doctoral program is an independent process from submitting an application for SeNSS support.
Documents requested from the applicant include: a high school degree or academic record, A level, and an international baccalaureate diploma, Internationally recognized credentials from abroad are acceptable, as well as evidence of residence.
It is required that candidates verify all university entrance qualifications.
Conditions of Language:
Most doctoral programs have a minimum IELTS requirement of 6.5; based on this, there are some fields that demand a 7.0 score; they include the following: Henley Business School excluding Business Informatics and Systems Accounting that will accommodate 6.5, School of Arts and Communication Design, School of Humanities, School of Languages Literature and European Studies and Institute of Education.
The student’s particular English language proficiency demands for the doctoral program involved are identified in the candidate’s application for acceptance to the program.
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