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Dean's Prize in Chemical Engineering

The Dean's Prize supports overseas fee-paying students who have won a competitive scholarship to cover their stipend, by waiving the international fees.

Please ensure you read the full details in the following document before you apply: Information for students

Applicants must submit their application as a single PDF containing the following documents in order:

  • Application form (Word)
  • CV
  • A reference from an academic at your current or most recent university, which must be on this form: Reference form 1 (Word)
  • A letter of support from your prospective supervisor at UCL
  • A lay summary of your research proposal (maximum 200 words, written by you, not your supervisor)
  • Any other documents such as evidence of associated scholarships/bursaries etc.

Applications should be submitted to deans.prize@ucl.ac.uk by Tuesday, 28 February 2023.

Please note when writing your lay summary of your research proposal that the selection panel members are not likely to be specialists in your subject. Please describe clearly – in language which can be understood by academics from any discipline – the aim of your research, the methodology you will use and the potential significance of this study to your discipline. It is extremely important that you pay attention to this summary and write in as clear language as possible as it may significantly affect the outcome of your application. The proposal should be written by you, not your supervisor or any other member of academic department staff.

If you have any questions about the Dean's Prize please contact the Departmental Graduate Tutor (DGT), Professor Michail Stamatakis: m.stamatakis@ucl.ac.uk or the PhD Programme Admissions Tutor, Dr Vasileios Charitopoulos: v.charitopoulos@ucl.ac.uk.