||PhD Scholarship in Chinese Architecture and Urbanism
|Length of Scholarship
||Up to 36 months, subject to satisfactory progression
||PhD Built Environment
|Department or School
||Architecture and Built Environment
||11 September 2021
||15 May 2021 China Standard Time (CST)
The available PhD scholarship cover
- Tuition Fee, covered for up to 36 months based on satisfactory progression
- All regulations set out in the UNNC PhD Scholarship Policy apply
Available PhD research areas
- Traditional Chinese architecture and landscape gardens
- Historic preservation of buildings and areas
- Heritage-led urban regeneration in China
- Chinese architectural and urban history
- Digital heritage in architecture and urban/village
PhD programme structure
PhD programmes at the UNNC are composed of 3 years research and a 1 year thesis pending period for full time PhDs. Full time PhDs are expected to submit their theses within a maximum of four years from initial registration.
On successful completion of the PhD, the students will be awarded a PhD degree from University of Nottingham. No reference will be made on the degree certificate as to where the degree has been completed. The University of Nottingham PhD degree is accredited by the Chinese Ministry of Education and the UK Quality Assurance Agency.
Applicants considering to apply for PhD Scholarship must have met the entry requirements of a PhD programme first. More details can be found on the 'entry requirements' page of the website.
Applicants must have a master degree with minimum average score of 65% and degree classification Merit or above from a British university. Applicants also should hold a bachelor degree at upper second class or above level. Applicants from institutions where different score system is used must have achieved an equivalent level of performance to the above.
Applicants must meet the required English language proficiency for the relevant subject area.
How to apply
No separate application is required for applying for a scholarship but please make sure you quote the scholarship reference number in your PhD application form. A list of required documents can be found on the 'how to apply' page.