Located in in the north west of England, the university of Liverpool is classified among the best higher education institutions in the world, and it is considered to be one of the universities that provide generous scholarships and fellowships for international students.
The university of Liverpool have more than 22,000 students in total. About 94% of students are employed or in further study after only six months of graduating.
The university offers a wide variety of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs in different fields, and many support programmes for international students to help them cover all the basics of living in the UK.
The university of Liverpool in England and the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan are offering a 4-year Dual Ph.D. scholarship for international students. In this program, students will be able to benefit from two Ph.D. awards at the end of the program from two world-leading universities that are recognized internationally. Students will also get the chance to benefit from the rich cultures of the two countries.
- Host University: University of Liverpool.
- Host Country: United Kingdom.
- Study Level: Ph.D.
- Number of Awards: NA.
- Eligible Countries: International.
- Application Deadline: 09/30/2020.
- Development of the assessment of pain using Artificial Intelligence and chromatic analysis to ascertain the efficacy of analgesics/anesthetics on pain perception in cuttlefish.
- Profiling the expression of genes responsive to a variety of noxious stimuli in cuttlefish.
- Investigating the impact of a noxious, potentially behavioral event on motivational state.
For the Specific objective 1 and 2, the potential Ph.D. student will spend 2 years in Prof.
Spencer’s and Dr. Sneddon’s lab at UoL. For the specific aim 3, the potential Ph.D. student will spend 2 years in Prof. Chiao’s lab at NTHU.
The latest set of projects approved for support within the NTHU-UoL Dual Ph.D. program resulted from a call for proposals that targeted Goal #11 of the UN Sustainable Development
Goals: Sustainable Cities and Communities.
Both the UoL and NTHU will waive the tuition fees for the duration of the project, also a monthly stipend of $11,000 TWD/£280 GBP will be provided as a contribution to living costs.
How To Apply:
For this scholarship, applicants need to apply via the University of Liverpool application form for a Ph.D. in one of the subject areas listed above.
When applying, scholars need to ensure they quote the supervisor & project title they want to apply for and also note ‘NTHU-UoL Dual Scholarship’ when asked for details of how the plan to finance your studies.
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