Vice Chancellor’s Indian Scholarships at University of Sheffield in UK

The University of Sheffield in United Kingdom is inviting applications from the Indian students wishing to pursue their research/PhD in the university in the academic year 2014-15. The candidates can undergo the training in one of the doctoral training centres at the University in their chosen field of research. The research can be extended for 3 to 4 years as per the norms of the university. The scholarship provider is the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Scholarship details

The scholarship funding is provided by the University of Sheffield’s doctoral training centre. The main objective of the doctoral training centre DTC is to generate more number of doctoral research scholars in the global market place. The DCT scholars will become a member of a vibrant group of scientists and researchers not just in their chosen group of research stream but also in the inter-disciplinary courses across academic institutions and disciplines. The DTC students enjoy a varying PhD experience which in a way is so enriching with full of opportunities to mingle with other high qualified researchers from various disciplines and roles of research.

The Doctoral training centre (DCT) has found itself a great place as a research centre providing varying and individual PhD experiences.

The scholarships are being provided in the research areas of Bio-Science: Mechanistic Biology and its strategic application, Engineering: Advanced Metallic systems, Engineering: Energy Storage, Natural Environment adapting to the challenges of a changing environment and Social sciences, Arts and Humanities.

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