Students from a wide diversity of academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Projects are available for those with creative drive in both theoretical (IT and mathematical) and experimental (Biology, Biomedicine, Chemistry, Biotechnology) research.
In order to apply for a Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership PhD you must:
- Check your eligibility
- Complete an Application form
- Notify MIBTP of your applicaiton by completing the online notification form
In brief, candidates are required to satisfy two principal eligibility conditions (Residence and Qualification)
British nationals who have lived in the UK all their lives are eligible.
Also eligible are non-British nationals who have settled status AND have been resident in the UK for 3 years immediately prior to the date of the start of the course.
EU nationals who have been ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands for three years immediately prior to the date of start of the course
EEA and Swiss nationals (EEA migrant workers) should refer to the full guidelines to check eligibility
- Those who have a 1st or a 2.1 undergraduate degree in a relevant field are eligible.
- Those with degrees abroad (as well as, perhaps, postgraduate experience) may be eligible if their qualifications are deemed equivalent to any of the above
Full eligibility can be viewed on the BBSRC website.
Initial enquires can be made by contacting supervisors directly.
For those who wish to apply to join the training programme and delay project selection until they have had the chance to experience different research environments, please apply to your university of choice and name the appropriate MIBTP director as your interim supervisor. Enquiries should be directed to Kerry Davies.
July 2014 tbc
University of Warwick
If you are interested in a PhD project at the University of Warwick, please view the specific guidance on the Warwick website.
Please also notify MIBTP of your application by completing the online application notification form.
The answers to commonly asked questions with regards to this training programme have been answered on the frequently asked questions page.
Alternatively please email MIBTP@warwick.ac.uk with your query.