The University has been awarded five scholarships for taught MSc Programmes (all within the School of Biological Sciences) through the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme. This is a joint initiative between the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (with funding from DFID) and Queen’s University to support students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom.
The awards are available to students taking the following one year Master's degree programmes in 2014/15:
It is a two-step process: Candidates apply for admission to the Queen's course and also must complete an online application for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship scheme via the Commission's EAS portal.
Details of the application process and criteria for the 2014 Commonwealth Shared Scholarship (DFID) awards can be found at: http://www.qub.ac.uk/sites/PostgraduateCentre/PostgraduateFunding/InternationalProspectiveTaughtStudents/
Queen’s University is delighted to introduce a brand new SCHOLARSHIPS PLUS AWARD
scheme for 2014 entry. You can choose between:
Scholarship awards up to £2,500 are available and apply to each year of study. [More...]
A one year, fully funded MPhil by Research is available within the Institute for Global Food Security.
The project is to develop a rapid biosensor based test capable of detecting a range of antibiotic residues in milk. The project will be based in the world famous ASSET Technology Centre, David Keir Building and will be supervised by Professor Chris Elliott and Dr Katrina Campbell.
The project is due to commence October 2014.
Full training in the development of sensor based assays will be given.
Applicants must have at least a 2.1 in a Biological Science or related degree.
The Scholarship includes full fees (EU student) and a £1000 per month, tax free stipend.
For further information please contact Prof Elliott (email@example.com).
Tesco Chief Executive, Philip Clarke officially launched Queen’s new Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) which will improve global food safety through the establishment of an international ‘food-fortress’ in Belfast.
An investment of over £33m from Queen’s will see the Institute play a key role in national and global efforts to provide the world’s growing population with a sustainable, safe and secure supply of high quality food. [More... ]
Tesco CEO launches the new Institute - video
Please visit the Institute for Global Food Security web site.