Overview of the programme
The Warwick-A*STAR Research Attachment Programme (ARAP) offers fully funded four year PhD studentships, in Molecular Cell Biology and Microbiology. We provide an exciting opportunity for students to grow as experimental scientists, undertaking research to the highest international standards whilst working for extended periods in collaborating laboratories at the University of Warwick and an A*STAR research institute in Singapore. Projects are designed and supervised jointly by a Warwick and an A*STAR supervisor and training and support is given at both locations. Students typically spend Years One and Four at Warwick and Years Two and Three in Singapore.
Students are registered at the University of Warwick throughout the four years of study and are awarded a Warwick PhD in Molecular Biomedicine.
The studentships are open to Home/UK applicants.
ARAP student Ewan tells us about his experiences of the course.