At Birmingham we offer an inspirational research environment. An original “redbrick” university and founding member of the Russell Group, our vibrant, global community includes more than 3,200 doctoral (PhD) researchers who make a highly valued contribution to our research output.

• Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership
• Arts and Humanities Research Council scholarships, as part of The Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, which offers up to PhD studentships a year for UK and EU applicants
• Numerous Doctoral Training Centres offering a range of funded and competition-funded PhD projects in social sciences, engineering, physical sciences, medical and dental sciences, and life and environmental sciences
• Various University scholarships, including funding for international students

As a doctoral researcher at Birmingham you will be a valued member of our academic community and will benefit from a continuously developing range of tailored services, facilities and resources. You will work alongside world-leading academics, with outstanding training and development opportunities at your fingertips.

To find out how you can become part of our thriving academic community and visit our funding database, visit >>https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/pgfunding

University of Birmingham will be attending the PostgraduateStudentships PhD Funding Fair in December – apply to attend the Fair and find out more here.