The University of Westminster is internationally recognised for its research in a wide range of subject areas. We focus on excellence in research that makes a difference – benefitting academia, industry and professional practice.
Applicants should hold or expect to be awarded a 2.1 honours degree or above and preferably a Master's degree, and should, where relevant, demonstrate English language competence of at least IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
The University of Westminster Graduate School is pleased to announce 22 new MPhil/PhD scholarships which will commence in September 2017.
The scholarships will fund an annual tax-free stipend of £16,000 plus payment of Home/EU tuition fees. Some subject areas will extend the funding to cover full Overseas tuition fees and, where applicable, this will be indicated within the subject area and/or project concerned.
|Studentship title||Open to||Deadline|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Media, Arts and Design||Home and Overseas||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Life Sciences and Psychology||Home and Overseas||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Electronics and Computer Science||Home and Overseas||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Social Sciences and Humanities||Home||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Law||Home||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Westminster Business School||Home and Overseas||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in the Built Environment||Home||10 February 2017|
|Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Higher Education||Home and Overseas||10 February 2017|
We also offer PhD Cavendish research scholarships for international students to candidates applying in the areas of either Electronic and Computer Science, or Life Sciences.
Find out if you can apply for a research degree at the University of Westminster
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