Queen's University Belfast is looking forward to welcoming students from Brazil as part of the Science without Borders programme.
Queen's is proud to be one of the UK universities selected to take part in the scheme, which enables Brazilian students to receive a scholarship for one-year study abroad programmes, full PhDs, sandwich PhDs and exchange at postdoctoral research level.
Queen's University is committed to working with students, universities and industry in Brazil. A delegation of academics from Queen's visited Brazil in May 2012 to strengthen relationships with leading universities in Brazil and to identify opportunities for new collaborative research projects.
What subjects does the scheme cover?
The research lines and subjects the programme is particularly keen to promote include:
For those interested in research there are currently 20 research-led Schools, comprising nearly 80 research clusters, each led by a Director of Research.
PhD Research projects exist in the following Schools:
Direct online applications are invited from full PhD students who have been awarded funding under the Science without Borders scheme. Details of the University's application process are available here.
If you wish to apply for a sandwich PhD programme please consult the Science without Borders website
If you are interested in undergraduate programmes, please contact our Study Abroad and Exchange Office on firstname.lastname@example.org
Science without Borders is administered in Brazil by CAPES and CNPq. For more information on how to apply visit the Science without Borders website.
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