The Swansea University is delighted to play host to this year’s edition of the annual EPSRC ICASE and Tata Steel scholarship program in the United Kingdom. The scholarship is a fully-funded program which aims to support students from the UK and EU applying for various doctoral programs at Swansea University. The scholarship would be granted to an unknown number of students based on merit. So if you have maintained high academic record from your previous studies and wish to pursue a doctoral program in the UK, this is an opportunity in the lurking for you.
EPSRC ICASE and Tata Steel scholarship is a fully-funded scholarship designed to cover your full tuition over the course of your doctoral program at the university. Also, the program would cover the travel logistics of selected candidates as well as providing living allowance. EPSRC ICASE and Tata Steel scholarship want to ensure its scholars carry out their respective programs at Swansea University without any financial burden.
Applicants applying for doctoral programs in the field of engineering have a high chance of landing the scholarship. Subsequent sections reveal all you need to know about the scholarship but before then, let’s take a glance into the host university.
Swansea University is a public research higher institution founded in 1920 in the Uk. The university is reputable for having seasoned researchers and professionals. It facilities accommodate over 20,000 students who are enrolled in various programs that encompass undergraduate and graduate level. Swansea University is highly rated globally according to QS world university ranking system, making it a choice destination for academic scholars across the world. Learn more about the EPSRC ICASE and Tata Steel scholarship below.
Host University/ Country – Swansea University in the UK
Academic level – Doctoral degree level (PhD)
Discipline – Not specified
Scholarship Award – Fully funded scholarship
Nationality – Open to only UK and EU students
Applicants must have attained excellence in their previous studies
Interested candidates must have a minimum of upper second class in material engineering or related course
October 19, 2020
How to apply
Interested applicants must first receive an offer to pursue a doctoral degree at Swansea University before applying for the scholarship.