The Faraday Institution funds universities to recruit students to become part of the Faraday Institution PhD programme, with cohort intakes in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Proposals are now sought for the 2019 cohort intake. The Faraday Institution will fund 15 studentships in 2019, and eligibility for students is as for UKRI studentships. The scheme offers an enhanced stipend for students, along with UK fees and a generous incidentals budget for travel, training and consumables. The full terms and conditions of the studentships, and training plan can be found here.
Academic staff interested in applying for a grant from the Faraday Institution should complete the applicaton form and submit it to the Head of Programme Management by the closing date, 31st October 2018. Copies of the application form in Word form are available from the Fast Start Project Leads or firstname.lastname@example.org on request. Proposals must be in the area of electrochemical energy storage and be aligned with the goals and research challenges of the Faraday Institution.