The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Imperial College London is offering PhD scholarships for Students from sub-Saharan Africa.
The scholarship will be for students joining the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and is supported by an endowed gift from the late Professor Shawki Saad, a Professor of Civil Engineering at Khartoum University in Sudan.
The new scholarship program was announced alongside a student prize for sustainability-related research in sub-Saharan Africa. The student prize and scholarship will help the College’s efforts to tackle global systemic challenges in engineering and sustainability.
This scholarship is open to research projects in areas including:
- Fluid Mechanics,
- Environmental and Water Resources,
- Systems, Materials, and
The program will fully cover;
- the cost of overseas tuition fees for 3 years,
- a monthly living cost stipend (£19,668 2022/23) for 3.5 years and
- travel costs (flight and visa) for the successful applicant.
Applicants for the Imperial College London Scholarship for PhD Students from sub-Saharan Africa must have obtained (or be heading for) a First-Class degree at both undergraduate and Master’s level (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering, another branch of engineering, or related science.
To apply for Imperial College London Scholarship for PhD Students from sub-Saharan Africa, click here
Deadline: May 26, 2023.
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