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2017 ABTA Doctoral Researcher Awards

last modified Feb 17, 2017 06:50 PM
To promote and reward academic and scientific excellence among young researchers pursuing doctoral degrees in the UK, Association of British Turkish Academics (ABTA) announces 2017 ABTA Doctoral Researcher Awards...

To promote and reward academic and scientific excellence among young researchers pursuing doctoral degrees in the UK, Association of British Turkish Academics (ABTA) announces 2017 ABTA Doctoral Researcher Awards.

The awards will be given in three categories:
1. Natural & Life Sciences
2. Management & Social Sciences
3. Engineering Sciences

Applications will be accepted from PhD candidates or recent graduates of UK universities in all academic fields of study. Please submit your application by 5 pm, Friday, 31 March, 2017.

The applications will be assessed by prominent British and Turkish academics working at the UK universities. Details of the judging process can be found here.

The award ceremony will take place at University College London (UCL) on Saturday, 20 May, 2017.

For any enquiries, please contact us: dra@abtanet.org.uk..

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