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Newton-Bhabha PhD Placement Programme 2016

literature STEM and Life Sciences

flag Open to Indian and UK nationals

British Council  British Council

Calender 16 Aug 2016

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    UK and Indian higher education or research institutions.

     Work permit : Not-Required

compare £900 - £1300 + additional benefits

1-3 months


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  • The Newton-Bhabha Ph.D. placement program is open to Indian and UK nationals.
  • UK scholars pursuing their Ph.D. at a UK home institution are eligible to apply.
  • Indian scholars enrolled at Indian higher education institution qualify for the Newton-Bhabha Ph.D. placement program
  • Indian applicants applying for Life Sciences must be in the second or third year of their Ph.D. at an Indian institution.
  • Indian applicants applying for STEM subjects must be an INSPIRE Ph.D. Senior Research Fellow of batch 2013.
  • Both UK and Indian scholars must have a valid passport before applying for the funding.
  • Only after completion of the Newton Bhabha Ph.D. placement program, the scholar would be required to submit their PhD thesis.
  • Applicants must enclose the supplementary documents required.
  • Must include confirmation from the host university that they will accept the scholar and support them with their research.
  • The application form and supporting documents must have been completed in English.
  • The applicant must return to his/her home institution to complete their Ph.D. after the end of the visit.

Updated on: 02 Dec, 2016

Source : British Council
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