Studentships

Browse our frequently updated list of funded studentships open for applications. You may also be eligible to apply for other funding opportunities offered by the Doctoral College.

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UKRI standard stipend £19,237 for 2024-25 (with inflationary increase of 6% p.a. for 2025-26) Student registration fees covered Proteomics short course funding £2,500 UK conference attendance (x2) £900 

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Fully and directly funded for this project only. Generous top up on the standard stipend £25,000 for 2024-25. Tuition fees are covered.

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The University of Surrey offers a stipend of £19,237 p/a (UKRI rate) plus £3000 for travel and consumables.Wellcome Collection will offer the student up to: £1500 research expenses per year for three years Up to £2000 to support a conference, workshop or knowledge exchange event £360 of lunch vouchers

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A standard stipend of £18,622 per year (2023-24).

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The scholarship includes: Annual tuition fee waivers Stipend at the Australian Government Research Training Program rate (approximately $34,000 p.a.) for a duration of 3.5 years One-year residency at the University of Surrey Research training support grant to be used for travel and consumable expenses

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This 3-year studentship is fully funded by the UK Health Security Agency. Funding covers tuition fees at the Home rate, associated bench fees, funds for training/attending conferences and an annual stipend at UKHSA rates (currently starting at £22,976 per annum) for 3 years.

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UKRI standard stipend (£18,622 for 2023-24) and fees with a generous funding allocation for research training support.

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The University of Surrey offers a stipend of £19,237 p/a (UKRI rate).

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The Studentship is fully funded by a competitive grant from the British Heart Foundation. Funding covers tuition fees at the Home rate, associated research expenses, funds for training/attending conferences and an annual tax-free stipend at BHF rates (currently starting at £19,919 per annum) for all three years.

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This includes a generous top up on the standard £18,622 and includes tuition fees and research training grants.

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UKRI stipend of £25,000 per annum.Tuition fees are covered whilst research training grants are also offered.

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UKRI standard stipend - £19,237 for 2024-25