PhD Funding from Perry Foundation
What does the Perry Foundation do?
Perry Foundation is a registered UK Charity with the objectives of promoting education and research connected with agriculture or food production for the benefit of the public
How do we do it?
Perry Foundation allocates most of its income to funding postgraduate PhD studentships intended to be of benefit to UK agriculture, but also grants smaller awards for other relevant projects
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12 Perry students participated in the successful Agrifood Charities Partnership (AFCP) Student day held on 5th April 2017 at the University of Hertfordshire
The next Perry Trustees Board meeting will be held on 18th December 2017
Applications for PhD studentships commencing September 2017 are now closed and those commencing September 2018will close on 24th November 2017
Post Graduate Student Funding
- All Postgraduate student PhD projects must be in an agriculture related discipline including veterinary disciplines and be undertaken at a university, college or research institute in the United Kingdom.
- Projects must be of definable benefit to UK agriculture
- Perry Foundation Awards are a maximum of £12,000 for each year of the duration of the PhD project and normally for three or four years. Awards will only be offered when the university, college or research establishment has provided assurances that the necessary balance of funding to complete the full duration of the project will be made available.
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