The application period for the Coventry University PhD International Grants in Trailblazers, UK, for the year 2022 is currently open. This scholarship is available for the academic year 2022/23.
This grant is accessible to all PhD candidates who aspire to conduct trailblazing, revolutionary research at Coventry University in the United Kingdom alongside great early-career academics.
Coventry Institution: Coventry University is a modern university with specialized staff and facilities in each of its academic schools, as well as an environment and services designed to help students reach their full potential.
Furthermore, it is ranked 50th nationally as a public research university in England, and it is dedicated to the principle of academic freedom, which is based on rational investigation performed with honesty.
The students must have a minimum of a 2:1 first degree in a relevant discipline/subject area with a minimum 60% mark in the project element or equivalent with a minimum 60% overall module average.
- The applicants must have evidence of academic attainment as indicated.
- The applicants are required to meet the stated Coventry University Research Programme eligibility criteria.
- The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- IELTS – 7.0
- TOEFL IBT – 95
Required Documents for Coventry University PhD International Grants in Trailblazers, UK 2022:
Applicants are expected to submit the following required documents alongside their application:
- Research Proposal
- Cover letter
- Personal statement
- Two academic (or one academic and one professional) references
- Scanned copies of your undergraduate and/or postgraduate degree certificates
- Scanned copies of your undergraduate and/or postgraduate degree transcripts/diploma supplements
- A scanned copy of the photo page of your passport
To apply, the admission application must be completed first. Eligible applicants will automatically be considered.
Applicants from the UK and all over the world are eligible for this application in the UK.