The Biological Physics Across Scales Centre for Doctoral Training (BiPAS CDT) at King's College London is a multi-disciplinary doctoral training programme in biological physics.
BiPAS CDT studentships
- 31 May 2022
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Eligibility: Both UK and overseas students are eligible to apply. Applications are invited from candidates with a background in the physical sciences and a strong interest in interdisciplinary research at the interface between physics and biology. Competitive applicants will have a first-class or upper second-class degree (or equivalent) in relevant subjects including physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, or engineering. Where applicants have (or expect to obtain) an MSc degree, a distinction or merit is required.
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All studentships are fully-funded awards for 3.5 years and include tuition fees, stipend, and a research and training support grant (RTSG). • Tuition fees: Home tuition fees will be fully covered by the BiPAS CDT • Stipend: Students will receive a tax-free stipend for each year of study at UKRI rates. • RTSG: A generous allowance will be provided for research-related costs, including consumables, attendance at the UK and international conferences, and training.
The CDT will be considering applications in several rounds until all CDT places have been filled.