Professor Craig Mahoney, Principal and Vice-Chancellor at UWS, said: “The Vice-Chancellor’s studentships are a real statement of intent by the University, as our already significant research output continues to grow.
I am extremely proud of the research conducted at UWS, which not only addresses major societal challenges, but transforms lives through imaginative thinking and significant academic expertise.
Professor Craig Mahoney, Principal and Vice-Chancellor at UWS
Professor Milan Radosavljevic, Vice-Principal of Research, Innovation and Engagement at UWS, said: “At University of the West of Scotland, we are incredibly proud of our innovative and diverse research portfolio, and the impact this research has had on society.
The Vice-Chancellor’s studentships demonstrate our commitment to not only significantly expand our research output, but to become a key part of the solution to many of the problems society will face in a post-Covid world and, indeed, beyond that.
Professor Milan Radosavljevic, Vice-Principal of Research, Innovation and Engagement at UWS
The studentships follow last year’s launch of UWS’s Strategy 2025, setting out a vision for the institution to be recognised as a world-leading University inside the top 200 by 2050, based on supporting excellent, relevant and purposeful research.
To find out more about the new PhD studentships, visit: www.uws.ac.uk/study/research-degrees
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