This year there are a number of competitive scholarships available across NTU including:
School of Science and Technology
- Enhancement of anti-tumour immunity by induction of tumour cell senescence in melanoma and other cancers (Prof Yvonne Barnett and Prof Graham Pockley)
The closing date for applications for these studentships is 12 noon, Monday 8 June 2015.
(follow the link and click Request Literature to receive your application pack)
School of Social Sciences
Politics and International Relations
- Young people and political (dis)engagement (Professor Matt Henn)
- The Human Subject and Attitudes to Nature (Dr Ros Hague)
- Forced Marriage - Meanings, Experiences and Perceptions (Dr Chris Crowther Dowey)
- Exploring Trans Students ' Experience in Higher Education( Dr MichaeL Keenan)
Social Work and Professional Practice
- Understanding the differences between suicide and self-harm in women with complex mental health needs (Professor Di Bailey)
- Nottingham and the oral history of the asylums (Professor Di Bailey)
Find out more about research in our School of Social Sciences, entry requirements and how to apply. Download our information sheet .
The Division of Psychology will not be offering bursaries for specific projects, but invites candidates to submit research plans that align closely to staff interests. Find out more about this bursary opportunity and get more information about entry requirements and how to apply on our information sheet .
The closing date for applications for these studentships is 12 noon, Friday 12 June 2015.
(follow the link and click 'Request literature' to receive your application pack).
Some of our academic schools offer bursaries for research students, either on a fees-only basis or with a tax-free maintenance allowance. In general, only home / EU fees are offered and international (non-EU) students would be required to pay the difference between international (non-EU) and home / EU fees. Please contact the relevant academic school for details.
Scholarship Projects for Undergraduate Researchers (SPUR)
There are opportunities for our undergraduate students to get involved in the University's research activity. The SPUR programme gives students the chance to assist in research projects during the summer vacation. Look out for details through the student news emails.
Further information about external funding can also be found on the following websites:
International (non-EU) applicants often find funding from their own government or employer.