The scholarship naming The David Mayes Scholarship is awarded to an Mphil/PhD student who is determined to study in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. The scholarship is projected for students who plan to take on research in the field of silicon chip design. Research should not be armaments related but rather should be aimed at promoting, protecting and enhancing life. The applications should be put forward by 29th March 2013.
Subject(s) of study: Granted to study silicon chip design.
Level of the scholarship: Obtainable for pursuing MPhil/PhD degreelevel.
Provider of the scholarship: College of Science and Engineering at University of Edinburgh
Place of laying hold of the scholarship: UK
Eligibility criteria: The grant is awarded to an Mphil/PhD students determined to study in the school of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh.
International status: UK students can submit an application for this scholarship.
Awards duration: Granted for three years.
Coverage of scholarship: The award is worth of £2,500 and is acceptable in the School of Engineering.
Criteria of selection: The academic merit will be the basis of awarding the grant. The aspirants are required or expected to get hold of the international equivalent of a UK first class or 2:1 Honours degree at undergraduate level. Contained by their application, applicants should put forward details of their research project and make obvious how their project will fulfill the aims of the scholarship.
Notifications: An assortment board will meet in April 2013 to decide on the scholarship holders. The successful aspirants of the scholarships will be announced in early May 2013.
Applying procedure: Apply online.
Deadline for entertaining: 29th March 2013.