Eight fully funded Prize PhD Studentships + over 100 other funded PhD places in physics in Scotland
The Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA) opens a single front door into physics PhDs in Scotland.
When you apply for a SUPA Prize PhD Studentship you will also be considered for other funded places available in physics departments in Scotland.
Major themes pursued by researchers in SUPA are:
- astronomy and space physics
- condensed matter and material physics
- nuclear and plasma physics
- particle physics
- physics and life sciences
UK, EU and overseas students are invited to apply for 8 fully funded SUPA Prize Studentships and more than 100 other funded PhD places in physics in Scotland for 2009.
SUPA is offering eight fully funded PhD studentships for outstanding students from anywhere in the world. These prestigious and competitive awards are intended to attract excellent students to study for a PhD in Scotland.
SUPA Prize Students are registered for a PhD in physics at one of the participating universities: Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt, Glasgow, St Andrews, Strathclyde, University of the West of Scotland and the SUPA Graduate School provides an excellent training environment. Extensive physics expertise within Scotland is made available to PhD students through:
- video links between dedicated teaching rooms
- computer mediated resources and tools
- practical activities (e.g., programming labs)
- tutorials and discussion classes
- lectures by distinguished visitors
- summer schools
- collaborations with major research facilities
- knowledge transfer opportunities
- entrepreneurship training
All physics PhDs in Scotland are SUPA Graduate School students and eligible to participate in training activities.
Applications should be made at www.supa.ac.uk by 31 January 2009
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