Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for Research Excellence (International)
The University of Nottingham is inviting students from all over the world to apply for a scholarship to study PhD in the United Kingdom.
This scholarship is fully funded and targets outstanding students from all over the world who want to study in the United Kingdom
About the Nottingham Scholarship
Power your research with our Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for Research Excellence (International), covering tuition fees and a £1,015 monthly living allowance.
This competitive scholarship recognises and rewarding outstanding international students who apply to study a full-time PhD.
These will be awarded in each year of your three-year PhD, subject to satisfactory progress.
To apply for this scholarship, you must:
- be classed as an international student for fee purposes
- hold an offer to start a full-time PhD or MPhil in any subject (excluding engineering) at University of Nottingham UK with a start date that falls on or between 1 October 2020 and 1 February 2021
We welcome applications from suitable candidates but would particularly value applications from strong candidates wishing to work within the research priority areas of each faculty.
If you’re interested in engineering research, you may be eligible for our Faculty of Engineering Research Excellence Scholarship.
How to apply
When you have received your offer to study with us, you can apply through the scholarships section of our application system, MyNottingham.
Applications will close at midnight (UK time) on Friday 20 March 2020.
Scholarships will only be awarded to students who accept their offer to study with us. You do not need to respond to your offer before applying for this scholarship. If you are offered a scholarship and do not then accept your offer, your scholarship will be offered to another applicant.
This award cannot be combined with another University of Nottingham scholarship or award from your country. Check our frequently asked questions and scholarship terms and conditions for further information.