PhD places in Physics across Scotland
The Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA) is a strategic alliance for research and graduate training in Physics. Eight major Scottish universities work in partnership to create the SUPA Graduate School.
When you undertake a PhD in physics in Scotland, you are part of a collaborative network of over 600 PhD students, with a further 600 researchers and academic staff across our eight universities. You will have access to the best lecturers providing advanced specialist training, world-class facilities, and national events.
UK and overseas students are invited to apply for PhD places in physics in Scotland for 2019. Visit www.supa.ac.uk/Opportunities, for links to our university application sites. All of our universities have unique offerings, find your perfect fit at:
- University of Aberdeen
- University of Dundee
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Glasgow
- Heriot-Watt University
- University of St. Andrews
- University of Strathclyde
- University of the West of Scotland
As a SUPA student, you will have numerous development opportunities, both advanced technical skills and professional development training, providing you with a great background for your career.
The major research themes pursued by researchers in SUPA are:
- Astronomy and Space Science
- Condensed Matter and Material Sciences
- Particle Physics
- Physics and Life Sciences
- Nuclear and Plasma Physics
Visit www.supa.ac.uk for more information on physics in Scotland.