BBSRC Industrial CASE Studentships 2019
In addition to the main field of studentships awarded through the Interdisciplinary Bioscience DTP, the DTP annually awards a number of BBSRC-supported Industrial CASE (iCASE) Studentships that enable eligible students to work with a specific academic supervisor or supervisory team within the DTP and with a specific non-academic organisation.
BBSRC iCASE students enrolled in the DTP have the opportunity to join the vibrant and diverse cohort of students enrolled in the DTP, and benefit from an individually tailored programme of training in quantitative, computational and professional skills within the DTP, which complements the training they receive from their academic supervisor and industrial partner in project-specific and professional skills. iCASE students are not required to undertake rotation projects, or professional placements through the DTP's Doctoral Internship Scheme, but are required to undertake a minimum 12 week placement with the non-academic partner organisation during the course of their studies.
The studentships that are currently available through this scheme for entry in 2019 will be listed at the following link:
If you are interested in applying for a BBSRC iCASE studentship please contact the named supervisor for further information and to determine whether they would encourage you to apply. Applicants who wish to apply for a BBSRC iCASE studentship should apply directly to the Interdisciplinary Bioscience DTP.
The fastest, most efficient and preferred method of application to the University of Oxford is via the secure online application form.
Please include with your application a statement of no more than 500 words that explains your suitability for and interest in the advertised project. We would also require a CV, three confidential academic references. Two of these must be received through the online system before your application is released to us for assessment and your degree transcript(s).
The deadline for Prof Wright's project is 11th January 2019.
The deadline for Prof Becker's project is 11th January 2019.
All other projects have a deadline of 25th January 2019.