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How To Apply For PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for International Students at the University of Surrey, UK 2022-23

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PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis

Important Points 

Listed below are the summarized points you need to note about the Scholarship Programme:

  • Funding is partial 
  • They take Civil and Environmental Engineering courses at the University of Surrey.
  • International students are eligible
  • All PhD students are eligible

Brief Description

The University of Surrey has launched the PhD Project in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for the academic year 2022-2023 to develop advanced fatigue analysis methods and tools for metallic railway bridges via experimental and analytical investigations.

Network Rail is funding a three-year studentship for the project. It has the authority to reimburse UK/EU students’ academic costs and give them with a stipend of £16,500 per year to cover their living expenses. Students with an MEng/BEng/MSc in Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Aeronautical/Automotive Engineering and comparable abilities who have a UK equivalent 2:1 classification or above may be eligible.

Application Deadline

Application deadline is June 30, 2022.

Eligible Courses

The PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for International Students, UK 2022-23 is a scheme that looks to reward high-achieving internationals, and it is only available for the course below:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering 

Eligible Countries 

Students from the following nationalities are eligible:

  • All UK and EU countries 

Scholarship Award Benefit

All of the following will be provided by the university:

  • The University of Surrey will give a three-year studentship partially sponsored by Network Rail, which will cover academic costs for UK/EU students and a stipend of £16,500 per year to cover living expenses.

Degree Type 

The PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for International Students, UK 2022-23, is primarily for PhD programs.

Number of Awards

Not specified 

Eligibility Criteria

All applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for the PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for International Students, UK 2022-23:

  • Candidates should have experience in numerical (FE) modeling of structures and/or MATLAB, as well as a working knowledge of fatigue and fracture in metallic structures.

Application Procedure

To apply, all arranged and organized steps have been highlighted below for the PhD Scholarships in Advanced Fatigue Analysis of Metallic Railway Bridges for International Students, UK 2022-23:

  • Applicants must submit their applications through the university’s admissions site. All students who apply for an eligible program and satisfy the scholarship criteria will be automatically evaluated.
  • Supporting Documents: Applicants must submit a cover letter outlining their interest in the project, a CV detailing relevant qualifications and prior experience in areas relevant to the project, transcripts, and the names and contact information for two referees, one of whom should be someone familiar with the applicant’s academic record, particularly in projects/dissertations.
  • Admission Requirements: Applicants must have an MEng/BEng/MSc in Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Aeronautical/Automotive Engineering with a 2:1 rating or above in the UK.
  • Students must submit results from the following English language proficiency tests:
    • IELTS – 6.5

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