The University of Liverpool ranks among the best 200 universities in the world. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group, a group of the UK’s prominent research universities. It has a reputation around the world for having a great impact, which is based on an ongoing legacy as one of the best social and academic organizations in the UK.
It consists of three departments and 35 schools. It is a partner of the N8 group for research collaboration and its business school holds the Triple Crown award. The university attracts around 30 000 students, including 7000 international students. It boasts many outstanding alumni such as the journalist Jon Snow and ex-poet prizewinner Carol Ann Duffy, as well as nine Nobel laureates who have graduated from its facilities.
The University of Liverpool is the first major British learning organization to create an autonomous university in China, a joint venture Chinese university in Suzhou, a World Heritage city. It also boasts research stations in the Arctic. As a city, Liverpool has much to offer as it was named the European capital of culture in 2008. It is the home of the Beatles and boasts the largest number of art galleries and museums in the UK after London.
The University of Liverpool has a deeply rooted commitment to helping its graduates reach their full potential as knowledgeable and creative individuals who seek to achieve greatness and have a positive impact on the world.
- Host University: University of Liverpool, United Kingdom;
- Study Level: Ph.D.;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Scholarship Worth: 15609£;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Subjects Available: Chemical Sciences;
The scholarship for a PhD in cleaner futures new porous Materials is accessible to all International Ph.D. Students in the field of Chemical Sciences.
The scholarship will cover the following:
- 100% tuition coverage
- £15,609 annually for 3.5 years as a living stipend
The only requirement for eligibility is that the candidate should be an international student.
For information about the application process, candidates must refer to the university’s application gateway. Consideration for this specific scholarship requires the candidates to reference the study listed on their application: Novel Porous Materials for CO2 Catalysis (Reference CCPR025).
The application requires that the following documents be submitted:
- College/University transcripts
- College/University degrees
- English language proficiency certificates
- Personal statement
- Two recommendation letters
- A research proposal
Applicants must meet the required conditions of admissions set by the department that they are applying for. In this case, it is an advanced academic requirement in chemical sciences.
Condition of Language:
Applicants must provide one of the following language proficiency assessments:
- IELTS: 88,
- C1 Advanced CAE: at least 176
- TOEFL IBT: at least 88.