The Faraday Institution PhD Training Programme - cohort 6
An enrichment scheme designed to increase the knowledge, skills and aspirations of dynamic and diverse cohorts of UK battery related PhD researchers, and setting up individuals for career success. Funded by the Faraday Institution.
Past graduates of the Faraday Institution PhD programme have gone on to successfully secure positions as postdoctoral researchers in academia, scientists in the battery industry, analysts in the energy storage sector and one has even successfully set up their own company.
New criteria for October 2023 intake
You must be undertaking a funded battery related PhD at a UK academic institution
Be commencing your PhD project in 2023 (by 2nd January 2024 at the latest)
Who are we looking to work with?
Talented individuals who are keen to pursue a career in the UK battery sector (whether in academia, industry or other battery related role)
What must you be able to demonstrate?
A high degree of motivation towards optimising the PhD experience, growing a network and building a strong researcher professional identity
We also want to support supervisors in recruiting high-quality talent to PhD positions and have created a webpage featuring opportunities. If you would like to have a battery related UK PhD position featured, please send details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel 01235 425300 Registered Charity, number 1176500
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Registered office and correspondence address: The Faraday Institution, Quad One, Becquerel Avenue, Harwell Campus, Didcot, OX11 0RA, UK
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