Studentships

A full list of available funded studentships offered at the University of Surrey.

We also offer funding and support via the Doctoral College.

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This research project has funding attached. Funding for this project is available to UK citizens only, and includes a £22,000 per annum, tax-free stipend.
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A directly funded project for EU students where a funding amount of £18,000 is available.
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Approx £21,000 per annum with an enhanced stipend of £20,000 per annum. A directly funded project available to UK students only.
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A tuition fee waiver for home/EU or international students, with a maintenance stipend at current Research Council rates for a full-time postgraduate research course.
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A stipend of £16,000 per anum subject to nationality and residence status. Fees are covered for UK/EU students (in value of £4,260). Directly funded project (European/UK Students only).
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A tax-free stipend of £16,000 per year will be provided over the 3 year duration of the PhD. The studentship will also cover UK university fees. There will be an opportunity to receive further payments for teaching duties undertaken in the department.
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The studentship is funded for 3.5 years at normal UKRI studentship rates (equal to approximately £14,000 per year). Funding is provided by the Radiation Detection Doctoral Network (RadNet) and from the two sponsoring companies. This studentship is available for individuals from the UK and EU.
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The studentship covers the full costs of UK/EU tuition fee, plus a tax-free stipend of approximately £ 14,777 p.a., in line with standard RCUK stipend levels (2018-2019).
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The Surrey’s Centre for Automotive Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, is offering a PhD studentship which will cover home fees and normal EPSRC stipend (currently £14, 553 a year).
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It will cover the tuition fee at UK/EU level, and provide a PhD stipend (c. £18,000 per annum), as well as generous budget for training.
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Home/EU The successful candidate will receive a generous Stipend up to £25,000* per annum.
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Directly Funded Project (European/UK students only). The post is open for home-fee qualifying applicants.