The University of Strathclyde was established as a public research university based in Glasgow, Scotland. In 1796, it was originally known as the Andersonian Institute and was the second oldest university in Glasgow.
The University presently composed of four principal departments classified according to the academic subjects and areas they cover; every department is divided into a number of different divisions that focus on particular research and academic areas.
Each department contains subjects of specialization, represented as follows:
Engineering Faculty: Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Design, manufacturing and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics and Naval architecture, marine and ocean engineering.
Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: Applied Social Sciences School, Education School, Administration and Public Policy School, Humanities School, Law School, Health Science and Psychological School, Social Policy and Social Work School.
School of Business in Strathclyde: Finance and Accounting, Economic, Human Resources Management, Hunter Entrepreneurship Centre, Management Science, Marketing and Strategy and organization.
Science Faculty: Basic and Applied Chemistry, Informatics and Computer Science, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Physics, Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences in Strathclyde.
Named after the historical kingdom of Strathclyde, the university is Scotland’s third biggest in terms of Students and staff from over 100 countries.
In 2018/19, the university provided education to 22,640 full-time and 15,055 part-time undergraduate and 7,590 graduate students. An additional 34,000 participate in professional development and continuing education programs.
All international students are eligible to apply for the Strathclyde International Graduate Research Fellowship, 2020-21. This award offers postgraduate students the opportunity to pursue research programs at the University of Strathclyde in the subjects of environmental engineering, civil engineering, chemistry and physics.
The deadline of this Scholarship is 31 December 2020.
Level of Degree:
The Strathclyde International Postgraduate Research Fellowship is open to students undertaking postgraduate research level programs at the University of Strathclyde.
The Subjects provided at the University are:
- Civil Engineering;
- Chemical Engineering;
- Environmental Engineering.
All the international students are qualified to apply in this scholarship and be a part in the University of Strathclyde.
Benefits of the Scholarship:
The university will offer a scholarship to support the full cost of doctoral studies in the UK and the EU during 36 months and a non-taxable benefit of £15,285 annually during the four-year period. Applicants from abroad are required to be prepared to supply evidence and be able to cover the tuition difference between UK and overseas fees.
To be admitted, the candidates must complete all of the items listed below:
- Must have graduated with first or second class standing in a major related program in physics, chemical engineering, geotechnical engineering, civil engineering and environmental engineering, as well as an advanced standing at the master’s level, or an equivalent qualification;
- Requires a high level of motivation to undertake multidisciplinary research.
To be eligible to apply, candidates should be accepted into a postgraduate research program at the University of Strathclyde. Then they may submit the necessary documents to the following address: matteo.pedrotti-at-strath.ac.uk (Dr Matteo Pedrotti).
Check the official website for more details.