Apply for the Fully Funded Scholarships at Warwick School of Engineering. The deadline for the application is ongoing. The scholarship is for Ph.D. degree and the name of the scholarship is Warwick School of Engineering PhD International Studentships in Pharmacometric Modelling.
Advancements in the field of oncology are rapidly changing the life expectancy of patients across many cancers. Therapeutic interventions are gradually shifting, from short intermittent cycles of cytotoxic drugs administered to large populations until progression or death, to the life-long chronic treatment of combinations of targeted and/or immunomodulating molecules in smaller populations. These advances raise several challenges in oncology drug development.
Due to funding restrictions, this scholarship is for Home/EU candidates only. Entry requirements of at least an upper second class honors or the equivalent and/or a Master’s degree at Merit level or its equivalent. Also, applicants must have two academic references , you should nominate referees who can provide an informed view of your academic ability and suitability for your chosen program of study. Additionally, the applicants must have an English language qualification (Band A) if English is not their first language.
The Scholarship will pay an annual tax-free stipend at the standard rate, currently £15,250. Also, cover tuition fees at the Home/EU rate for 3.5 years. Furthermore, this is an EPSRC Case Award with AstraZeneca (Cambridge) who are providing £25K to support the award plus data. Also, co-supervision and secondments at their Cambridge base to support the project.
Apply directly via the University of Warwick admission system . The University will invite you to upload your degree certificate, transcripts, CV and a personal statement that explains your interest in this project and why you should be considered for this award.
Warwick School is an independent school for boys, with boarding facilities, in Warwick, England. Additionally, people believe it to be the oldest boys’ public school in the world, and the fifth-oldest surviving school in England after King’s School, Canterbury; King’s School, Rochester; St Peter’s School, York; and Wells Cathedral School. Also, people believe it to be the oldest surviving school founded by a woman, claiming to have been established by Æthelflæd of Mercia in 914 CE.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||All Nationalities|
|Organizer||Warwick School of Engineering|