We seek applications from outstanding post-graduate candidates with an interest in inorganic synthesis across the breadth of molecular, nano-scale and extended materials chemistry. Twelve fully-funded four-year studentships are available each year, for applicants with related science degrees and/or relevant synthetic experience. Further details of the application procedure can be found below.
Applications from female and other under-represented group candidates are encouraged. The University has recently launched a number of pioneering initiatives to improve access to graduate study, including scholarships for black students or fee waivers for applicants from low income backgrounds. You can learn all about these initiatives here.
1. Visit the Admissions Website for more information on the course, including the Entry Requirements.
2. If unsure, e-mail your CV to the OxICFM CDT Programme Manager to assess your suitability for the course before submitting a full application.
3. Prepare all the required supporting documents:
✓ 1000-word personal statement, focusing on your interest and experience in your proposed field of research
✓ Clearly state your 1-2-3 choice of substantive research projects chosen from our list at the end of your personal statement
✓ Transcripts detailing your university-level qualifications and marks to date
✓ Three Academic/Professional References: you will be required to submit contact details for 3 referees
4. Read the University’s Application Guide
5. Log onto the University's on-line system. Please note:
• Under course enter Inorganic Chemistry for Future Manufacturing (EPSRC CDT) and course code enter R17_1
• Leave college choice open on the application
6. You’re ready to submit your application!
For more details on the application and selection processes, and for answers to general questions (i.e. funding eligibility, project allocation, etc.) please visit our FAQs section.
For information regarding the programme that cannot be found on the website, please contact the OxICFM CDT team.
If you have any general questions regarding the University’s application procedure, please contact Graduate Admissions.