Statistics and Epidemiology PhD - 2020 Entry
Full time 36 Month(s)
CHICAS conducts research on the development of novel statistical and epidemiological methods and their applications. The methodological strengths of staff are in spatial statistics and longitudinal data analysis. The applied research spans a wide range of clinical settings both in the UK and internationally with collaborations in Europe, Africa, North and South America.
Research topics can focus on either methodological development, substantive application, or a blend of the two. You will be allocated a space in a shared office and will be encouraged to attend and make presentations at scientific meetings both within the UK and overseas.
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The Home/EU tuition fees are set in line with the standard fee stipend provided to students funded by the UK Research Councils. The fee stipend for 2020/21 will be announced in Spring 2020.
As a guide, the Home/EU fees for entry in 2019 were:
Full-time - £4,327
Part-time - £2,164
Depending on the nature of the research project, an additional programme cost of up to £7500 per annum may be charged.
This additional fee will contribute towards the costs incurred on specific research projects, these could including purchasing specialist consumables, equipment access charges, fieldwork expenses and payment for transcription/translation services.
Applicants will be notified of the specific additional programme cost when the offer is made.
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