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University of Warwick Pharmacometric Modelling PhD Scholarship – UK


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Created by a combination of innovation, creativity and partnership, the University of Warwick has become a global leadership institution offering the best research and higher academic quality in UK.

The campus is located in Coventry and has more than 26,500 students from 150 different nationalities. Established in 1965 under a government policy to develop and improve opportunities for the advancement of academic research.

The University of Warwick is always putting resources to support students allowing them to benefit from a wide range of services, from housing assistance to professional counselling, wih free guidance and medical assistance.


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Scholarship Information:

  • Host University: University of Warwick
  • Host Country: United Kingdom;
  • Study Level: PhD;
  • Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
  • Scholarship Worth: 15,250£- 25,000£ ;
  • Eligible Countries: International Students;
  • Deadline: Currently Open.
  • Available Subjects: Pharmacometric Modelling.

Scholarship Description:

The Pharmacometric Modeling Scholarship is available for PhD students and international students in the specialty of Pharmacometric Modeling at the University of Warwick.

Scholarship Benefits:

The scholarship payment consists of a non-taxable grant at the regular annual benefit level, presently £15,250, and will support the cost of education at the original EU level for a period of 3.5 years.

The EPSRC Case-award is a partnership with AstraZeneca in Cambridge, who are contributing £25,000 to fund the scholarship, as well as providing data, co-monitoring and attachments to the Cambridge facility to help with the project.

Eligibility requirements:

To be admitted, Candidates need to graduate with a minimum of a top second level degree or its academic achievement as well as a Master’s on merit degree level is required.

Application process:

To be eligible to join, students must be accepted into a PhD program at the University of Warwick. Once registered, candidates have the option of applying for a PhD course via the University of Warwick’s online registration system.

Requesting documents:

Students need to download their diploma certificate, academic transcripts, CV as well as a self-stated explanation of their motivation and reasons why they are being nominated for this scholarship.

In addition, applicants must provide two academic references and nominate referees to prove their academic qualifications and their ability to follow the program of education they have selected.

Access conditions:

To be accepted, applicants must complete the admission process for the selected program.

Language Conditions:

A degree in English language level (Band A) is necessary if English is not your primary language.

Official Website:

https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/postgraduate/phdm/project/mjc


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