Scholarships for Overseas students
Ten overseas PhD Scholarships are available on a competitive basis. Although now closed for July 2015 Registrations, applications are being considered for October 2015 Registrations.
Overseas PhD Scholarships of £7,000 a year are offset against the international tuition fees of £14,480 a year.
Download the advert with further details on how to apply with the deadline dates.
Arising from the Aston-led 2014 BC workshop, “Enhancing vaccine design strategies: Applications for protein science, proteomics and adjuvants”, we are pleased to announce 2 PhD Scholarships to Vietnamese Applicants Only in Vaccine Biotechnology, available to start from October 2015.
On the recommendation of our partner institutions, successful overseas scholars appointed to the School of Life and Health Sciences will be eligible for scholarships of £7,000 per year against fees.
Applicants should follow the standard admissions process detailed here stating their preference for a project on
V1) Vaccine biotechnology under the supervision of both Prof Y Perrie and Prof R Bill
V2) IL-33 as a target in rheumatoid arthritis
Home/EU Or Australian/New Zealander Applicants Only
One Fully Funded Full-Time Dual Award 50-50 PhD Studentship with Aston University, Birmingham,
United Kingdom & Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia for the research project titled:
"Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) studies of atypical cortical activity in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)"
Please Note: The above Advert must be read in conjunction with the 'Further Particulars' by clicking here.
[Select 'Neurosciences' Research Area]
Supervisors: Prof. Klaus Kessler & Prof. Gina Rippon (LHS, Aston University) with
Prof. Blake Johnson & Dr Jon Brock (Dept. of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University
Closing Date: Friday, 3rd July 2015
PhD research projects for Self-Funded applicants
If you are a self-funded Overseas or Home (UK/EU) applicant, you can take part in one of our current research projects or contact our researchers directly with their own relevant research proposals.