Hossein Farmy scholarship 2020-21
The Hossein Farmy Scholarship was founded by the late Hossein Farmy, a graduate of the University's former Department of Mining. It is available for students pursuing research related to mining. This includes the geological, engineering, scientific and technological aspects of mining, and the archaeological, economic, historical, legal and social aspects of mining and the mining industry.
The Hossein Farmy Scholarship covers the cost of the UK tuition fees and provides an annual, tax-free maintenance stipend at the standard UK Research Council rate.
The UK Research Council stipend for 2019-20 was £15,009. The rates for 2020/21 have not yet been announced.
This award is open to UK applicants only.
Awards are tenable for a maximum of 3.5 years FTE, subject to satisfactory progress.
- You should be intending to pursue a course of research related to mining.
- You should have, or expect to achieve, a first or upper second class UK honours degree or equivalent qualifications gained outside the UK in an appropriate area of study.
- You should be registering on your first year of doctoral study with the University for 2019-20
- Awards are open to UK applicants only.
How to apply
Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis - applications are assessed on the basis of academic success and qualifications, experience, research background, a clear well-articulated research proposal, the potential impact of the research and a good match with supervisor/ departmental expertise.
Applications for PhD scholarships scholarships for the 2020-21 academic year are now closed. In the interest of fairness, late applications will not be accepted. Decisions will be issued in the coming months. If you've not heard the outcome of your application by 30 April 2020 please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must apply for admission before your scholarships application will be considered. To apply for admission please use the Postgraduate Online Application Form: