Cardiff School of Chemistry - MSc Studentship in Catalysis
Reference Number: P938
Key Studentship Information
The Cardiff School of Chemistry is pleased to offer a number of studentships for students studying the MSc in Catalysis. The course will provide training in the state-of-the-art of catalysis theory, application, preparation and analysis and is recommended for graduates in chemistry or chemical engineering wishing to pursue a career in academia or industry.
This is for the taught MSc Catalysis course and not for PGR research projects
For more information on the MSc in Catalysis, click here.
The Studentship will include full tuition fees. An additional stipend will also be offered to outstanding candidates, at the following levels:
- Applicants with a 1st class degree will receive a stipend of £4,000
- Applicants with a 2:1 class degree will receive a stipend of £3,000
- Applicants with a 2:2 class degree will receive a stipend of £2,000
The scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis.
Academic Criteria: Applicants should hold a 2:2 level undergraduate degree or higher. No masters degree is required and applicants need not have prior experience in the field of chemistry.
Residency: The award is open to all UK/EU students without further restriction.
How to Apply
No separate application necessary – consideration is automatic on applying for postgraduate study on the Catalysis MSc programme.
Applications for the course should be submitted using our online applications service, which can be accessed here: www.cardiff.ac.uk/apply
Applicants should state their wish to be considered for the studentship within their Supporting Statement and in the 'funding' section of the application form.
Application Deadline: 1st August each year.
The scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. A selection panel will make decisions following the application deadline and applicants will be contacted directly confirming the outcome. An offer to study is independent of a scholarship offer.