Kingston University offers 15 new funded full-time PhD studentships beginning in September

Posted Friday 27 January 2017

Kingston University is offering 15 new funded full-time PhD studentships beginning in September. Students with expertise aligned to the University's areas of research excellence are invited to apply and funding will cover three years' tuition fees at UK level (overseas students may top this up) as well as a maintenance allowance in line with UK Research Council funding.

The University has established an international reputation for high quality, innovative research in areas such as digital information, visual and material culture, health and social care, modern European philosophy and small business and entrepreneurship - a reputation confirmed by the REF 2014 results which showed world-leading research across all five faculties.

To find out how to apply or to learn more about research at Kingston University visit our research pages.

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