The University of Cambridge is seeking a highly motivated PhD student with a strong academic background in inorganic chemistry to work with Prof. Dominic Wright on an investigation of the coordination chemistry of a series of commercially-available and novel ligands that are relevant to cleaning technologies.
The studentship is a 3-year EPSRC Industrial CASE award, co-founded by Procter and Gamble. The student will spend some time working with the company during their PhD.
The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest universities and leading academic centres. It is made up of over 150 departments, faculties, schools and other institutions. Cambridge also has 31 colleges which are independent institutions, each with its own property and income. The Colleges appoint their own staff on their own terms and conditions and are responsible for selecting students, in accordance with University regulations.
University of Cambridge Inorganic Chemistry Scholarship Description:
- Application Deadline: May 18, 2019
- Course Level: Studentship is available to pursue PhD programme.
- Study Subject: Studentship is awarded in the field of Organic Chemistry.
- Scholarship Award: The studentship will provide a maintenance grant and tuition fees at the UK/EU rate, and is available to UK and EU students who meet the UK residency requirements of the Research Councils. Students from EU countries who do not meet the residency requirements may be eligible for a fees-only award. Owing to funding restrictions imposed by the sponsor, non-EU citizens cannot be considered.
- Nationality: UK and EU students are eligible to apply for this studentship.
- Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
- Scholarship can be taken in the UK
Eligibility for the University of Cambridge Inorganic Chemistry Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: UK and EU students are eligible to apply for this studentship.
Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:
Applicants should have (or expect to obtain) the equivalent of a UK first class or upper second class honours degree (and preferably a Masters degree) in chemistry. Experience and knowledge of synthetic inorganic chemistry would be particularly advantageous.
English Language Requirements: If English is not your first language then you will need to show that your English language skills are at a high enough level to succeed in your studies.
Application Procedure for University of Cambridge Inorganic Chemistry Scholarship:
How to Apply: Applications should email to Professor Dominic Wright and should include a CV, detailed academic transcripts, a cover letter highlighting what you can bring to the project, and the contact details for two academic referees. For informal enquiries please contact Professor Wright.