Abertay offers a range of funded PhD and Masters projects for enthusiastic and ambitious candidates who are interested in pursuing a research degree at Abertay.
Funded PhD and Research Masters projects are available to students who hold (or expect to gain) either a First Class Honours degree, an Upper Second Class Honours degree or a Masters qualification.
The studentships described below have been divided into three categories:
Due to open – These studentships will be advertised shortly.
Closed – These studentships are now closed for applications, however, you may be interested in seeing what topics we have funded previously.
A list of our current studentships will be displayed below when available.
A list of upcoming studentships will be displayed below when available.
A related Masters-level qualification is desirable, but not essential. Otherwise you must have, or expect to obtain, a First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree in a discipline relevant to the studentship you are applying for.
If your first language is not English, or your undergraduate or Masters degree was not taught in English, you are required to hold a suitable English language certificate.
If you require a Tier 4 visa, you must provide one of the following English language certificates:
If you do not need a Tier 4 visa or are an EEA National, you are permitted to use one of the following:
*The University can only accept these qualifications if they were completed two years prior to the start of the programme.
All available studentships are listed on the Abertay Jobs page, as well as FindAPhD.com. The individual listings will specify the steps you need to follow. We only accept online applications submitted via the Abertay Jobs portal.
Every single studentship will have its own specific requirements. Make sure you read them carefully.
Please contact GraduateSchool@abertay.ac.uk for more information about how to apply for a studentship or for any other questions about our research degrees.
Learn more about our Postgraduate Research application process, and explore the available funding options.
Learn more about research opportunities, entry requirements, submitting a research proposal, English language requirements, and applying for a visa.
Discover more information on funding a research degree, including undertaking studentships or applying for scholarships.