Information about the EASTBIO 2019 recruitment round will be published here in early October 2018.
Before you apply, please read carefully the information below. Email EASTBIO if you have further queries about the application/recruitment process.
General information on how to apply
Applications for EASTBIO studentships are invited from excellent UK* students for projects available across the Doctoral Training Partnership. To be eligible, you must either have or expect to obtain a 1st or a 2.1 undergraduate degree and fulfill the residency criteria. For further details on student eligibility, please check here - esp. sections "Student eligibility" (p. 5) & "Annex 1 –
Residential guidelines for Research Council Studentships" (pp. 17-21). Email EASTBIO if you have any questions on eligibility for this scheme.
To apply for an EASTBIO PhD studentship, follow the instructions below:
2) After you have discussed the project(s) of interest to you with the project supervisor(s), download and fill in the EASTBIO Application Form.
3) Fill in the EASTBIO Reference Form. It is your responsibility to ensure that your two referees are committed to send their references when asked by the EASTBIO administrator/s and/or the institution you have applied to.
4) Use the links listed below to apply to the institution(s) hosting the project(s) of your choice. Submit the EASTBIO Application Form together with your online application.
If you are interested in several projects which are hosted by different institutions, you will need to submit a separate application (including the EASTBIO Application form) to each host institution hosting the project you are interested in.
Links to application pages of universities hosting EASTBIO projects:
University of Aberdeen: Application link
University of Dundee - Apply now
If shortlisted by the EASTBIO selection committee, you will be invited to attend an interview and we will then contact your referees for their references, if not already submitted at application stage.
Details about the EASTBIO interviews will be published here in due time.
* Some EU applicants may be eligible, if you meet Research Council residency criteria.