The University of Warwick is currently accepting applications for PhD scholarships: Gestational Diabetes Mellitus projects. Scholarships are available Indian students.
The University of Warwick is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the UK and is the 3rd most targeted university by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers. Established in 2000, Warwick Medical School (WMS) forms part of the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine at the University of Warwick. Home to the UK’s largest graduate-entry MB ChB program, WMS also offers opportunities for full and part-time research degrees as well as professional development across the healthcare sector.
Scholarships are available to pursue PhD program.
Field of Study:
Scholarships are awarded to work on projects relating to diabetes in pregnancy.
Under the direction of Professor Ponnusamy Saravanan, this program has been developed in collaboration with Novo Nordisk, one of the main pharmaceutical organisations in the field of diabetes. Those joining us will focus on how diabetes in pregnancy affects the future health of mothers and their children.
All of your tuition fees and project related consumables will be covered by the scholarship, and you will receive a stipend.
Scholarships are available Indian students.
To apply, you should:
- Be of Indian origin
- Hold a first class master’s degree in Science, Public Health, Social Science or a related subject. Other STEM graduates are welcome to apply.
- Have a score of 7.0 or more in the IELTS English language test. The IELTS test can be undertaken after a provisional offer has been made. Further details can be found here.
Additional qualifications or research experience is desirable
Applying procedure Instructions:
Interested in joining us? Apply using our simple online form by the deadline of 24 January 2019, 6.00pm IST.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
January 24, 2019.