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Oct. 3, 2019

University of Exeter has 100+ PhD studentships available for 2020 entry

University of ExeterThe University of Exeter is offering over 100 PhD studentships to students starting their courses in 2020 – these fantastic funding opportunities will enable talented research students the chance of gaining their PhD with their fees and living costs paid!

Dean of Postgraduate Research and of the Doctoral College at the University of Exeter, Professor Andrew McRae, explains, “Postgraduate and early career researchers are a critical and valued part of our research culture at Exeter. These researchers contributed towards a large proportion of the papers submitted in REF2014. Successful studentship applicants will be exposed first hand to the world-class research in science, technology, the humanities and the social sciences that our partnerships bring. Studentships for the various partnerships are released and close at different deadlines, therefore anyone interested should visit our PhD projects search regularly over the coming weeks and months to view the latest PhD funding available.”

Exeter ResearchMany of the awards are possible thanks to the University of Exeter and its partners’ success at gaining funding through UK Research and Innovation (formerly Research Councils UK). The University of Exeter is currently a member of 10 funded Doctoral Training Partnerships/Centres across a broad range of subjects, and these partnerships obviously benefit the PhD researchers, as well as producing a wealth of expertise and training. The University of Exeter is the UK’s fastest-growing research university and has experienced the greatest rise in research income compared to all other Russell Group universities between the academic years 2007/8 and 2016/17. 

Find out more about these PhD Studentships.

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Content added on 3rd October 2019. 

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