Fully Funded Scholarships at Cambridge University 2020


Fully Funded Scholarships at Cambridge University 2020

Applications have opened for the Fully Funded Scholarships at the University of Cambridge 2020. Interested candidates can apply for the scholarships now. The University is providing scholarships for a Ph.D. degree in the field of Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Genetics.

The research will be conducted within the MRC Toxicology Unit which is a core-funded institute within the School of Biological Sciences, University of Cambridge. Additionally, this leading international research Unit provides state of the art research facilities, with excellent opportunities for collaborative interaction within a vibrant community at the University of Cambridge. Furthermore, the Unit will move into the Gleeson Building, Cambridge, in Autumn 2020.


Eligibility 

  • Ph.D. Studentship – Biochemical interactions of the gut microbiome with environmental pollutants 2020 is open to EU nationals.
  • Additionally, applicants must meet all the program-specific requirements.

Documents Required

  • A CV, including full details of all University course grades to date.
  • Also, contact details for two academic or professional referees.
  • Additionally, a personal statement outlining your interest in a specific project area, what you hope to achieve from a Ph.D., and your research experience to date.

Value of Scholarship

  • The successful applicants of Ph.D. Studentship – Biochemical interactions of the gut microbiome with environmental pollutants 2020 will receive full funding which includes a stipend of £15,009.

Application

  • A CV, including full details of all University course grades to date.
  • Also, contact details for two academic or professional referees.
  • Additionally, a personal statement outlining your interest in a specific project area, what you hope to achieve from a Ph.D., and your research experience to date.

Deadline 

  • The last date to apply for Ph.D. Studentship – Biochemical interactions of the gut microbiome with environmental pollutants 2020 is 31 JULY 2020.

About

The University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England. Additionally, founded in 1209 and given royal charter status by King Henry III in 1231, Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world’s fourth-oldest surviving university. Furthermore, the university grew out of an association of scholars who left the University of Oxford after a dispute with the townspeople.

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