harry austin

  • 26 April 2021
  • 4 min read

If you are currently on a Master’s programme, you’re probably thinking about what to do after finishing your course. Have you considered doing a PhD?


A PhD is a globally recognised postgraduate degree that involves extensive and original research into your specific chosen field. Through your PhD, you’ll make an important contribution to research or even help solve problems that matter  - like recent PhD graduate Harry Austin, whose work with Prof John McGeehan is helping to tackle the world’s plastic pollution problem

What is on offer? 

Our current range of funded PhD opportunities cover your tuition fees, while some also offer an annual tax free living expenses allowance of £15,609 (2021/22 UKRI rate) for three years.

You can find funded opportunities in diverse areas of creative and cultural industries, humanities and social sciences, operational research and logistics, science and health, and technology.


How to apply 

If you want to pursue our funded PhD research projects, then get in touch with the project supervisors today.

Applications close on Tuesday 4 May 2021 (noon).  

Explore our funded PhDs

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