Under the scheme, QMUL will provide scholarships to cover all tuition fees, whilst the CSC will provide living expenses and one return flight ticket to successful applicants.
For more information, download the flyer below:
China Scholarship Council Co-funded Scholarships [PDF 722 KB]
For 2017 entry, places are available in the following schools:
Science and Engineering
- Institute of Bioengineering - key contact: Dr Alvaro Mata
- School of Biological and Chemical Sciences - key contact: PGR Administrator
- School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science - key contact: Dr Simon Dixon
- School of Engineering and Materials Science - key contact: PGR Administrator
- Materials Research Institute - key contact: Karen Wilkinson
- School of Mathematical Sciences - key contact: Mike Witcombe
- School of Physics and Astronomy - key contact: Dr Kostya Trachenko
Humanities and Social Sciences
- School of Business Management - key contacts: Professor Ahu Tatli and Monira Begum
- School of Economics and Finance - key contact: Nicholas Owen
- School of English and Drama - key contact: Professor Jerry Brotton
- School of Geography - key contact: Dr Geraldene Wharton
- School of Languages, Linguistics and Film - key contact: via the 'applicant query form' on the PhD Programmes page or via email: email@example.com
- School of Law / Centre for Commercial Law Studies - key contacts: Dr Daniel Wang, Prof Christiana Hji Panayi and Gareth Skehan
- School of Politics and International Relations - key contact: Dr Jean-Francois Drolet
Applicants are asked to follow our usual online application process and identify themselves as CSC scholars. Should you have any questions regarding the application process please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or for more detailed enquiries regarding possible projects please email the designated school contacts listed above.
The deadline for applications is 31 January 2017.
Siying Wang, PhD Electronic Engineering, China
"I have been a student of QMUL for more than six years. I got my bachelors degree from the joint programme between Queen Mary University of London and Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2009. Based in Beijing, the course is taught by lecturers from both universities. I did my first research project in my third year, supervised by two lecturers of QMUL. I was impressed by the support on research provided by QMUL, therefore soon decided to continue my study/ research in QMUL. Now I am doing a PhD in Centre for Digital Music, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. The thing I appreciate most here is the strong support and various opportunities the university and school have provided to help researchers, not only with our research profile building up, but also with the skill developments and the career planning, including funding for attending conferences and research visit, distinguished seminars, guest lectures, multi-discipline workshop and cross-college networking events. Besides the research, I have also received help and advice of my personal life and welfare from the Advice and Counselling Service.
My PhD study is funded by Chinese Scholarship Council, which covers four years' living cost and a return flight from China to UK. Compared to other PhD studentships (mostly three years), it allows me more time to pursue my research interests. I enjoy doing research therefore would like to devote myself to further research after my graduation."