PhD Scholarships in Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London 2022

Applicants seeking PhD Scholarships in chemical engineering at Imperial College London in the United Kingdom are encouraged to apply.

PhD Scholarships

Each year, the Chemical Engineering Department offers up to ten fully-funded scholarships to deserving PhD candidates.

First Class Honours degree at Master’s level (or equivalent) in chemical engineering, another engineering, or related science is required for consideration for a scholarship.

Scholarships are awarded for 42 months on average.

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Worth of Award

  • Scholarships are awarded for 42 months on average.
  • All candidates, regardless of fee status, are eligible for the scholarships.
  • Tuition and a tax-free yearly contribution to living expenses of £21,400 are both covered by the scholarships.

PhD Scholarships Requirement

  • Applicants must have earned (or be on track to earn) a Master’s degree with honors in chemical engineering or a closely related field of engineering or science.

How to Apply for PhD Scholarships

To be eligible for the Chemical PhD Scholarships, you must apply for admission through the university’s online admissions system. Chemical Engineering Research – Full-Time is the title of the program being offered. In order to submit an application, you must provide the following information:

  • Transcripts of all of your college work to date
  • a brief statement of purpose outlining your research interests and background
  • Your English language certificate (if relevant; when there are two levels, we need the highest level) should be sent together with your application.
  • References, at least one of whom must be an academic referee, and their contact information (for example your project supervisor or personal tutor). In order to get a reference from your references, you will be requested to provide their email addresses.
  • In order to ensure that your references are authentic, please do not send in reference letters. Referees and the College keep reference information private.
  • E-mail addresses must be personal (university or workplace e-mail) rather than webmail accounts, since they are not accepted.

You must have a stellar academic record and excellent research abilities to be eligible for a scholarship.

Applications are reviewed twice a year by an academic panel that meets twice a year.

The following is the application timeline:

Ahead of the second round:

  • Interviews will take place in late November or early December when the shortlisting panel meets.
  • Within a week after the final interview, successful applicants will get a list of available projects and supervisors, and we hope to assign tasks by the end of December.

Round 2

  • Interviews will take place in late May or early June when the shortlisting panel meets.
  • Within a week after the final interview, successful applicants will be issued a list of available projects and supervisors, and we hope to assign tasks by the end of June.

There is a good chance that the bulk of scholarships will be awarded in Round 1. As a result, submitting your PhD application before the Round 1 deadline is highly recommended.

 Deadline: Application deadlines include:

Round 2: January 31, 2022

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