Our Application cycle for PhDs starting in September 2024 is now open. We anticipate 1-2 fully funded studentships (covering fees and maintenance stipend at the UKRI rate for 3.5 years) with opportunity for both UK and international candidates. Adverts for specific projects are linked below. We are also seeking additional funding so when we shortlist, we will consider your application against any funded positions you are eligible for.
Additionally, we are keen to recruit students through the Kings-China Scholarship Council (K-CSC) scheme and other international funding opportunities (see below for links). If you are interested in applying through different international funding schemes such as KCSC or self-funding please contact us by email as early as you can.
In addition to first class supervision on a range of exciting PhD topics in these areas, all EPAP PhD students will receive comprehensive training through the University of London Particle Physics Postgraduate Lecture Course during their first year and access to the NEXT PhD School.
Please submit applications before 31st January in the year of entry (specify EPAP group in your application). We welcome applications to work on any of our main research projects and will consider all applications against any available funded positions when we shortlist in February.
We are holding an open afternoon on Thursday 14th December where you will have a chance to speak to our researchers and learn more about the group.
To see the PhD open day talk from 2022, please follow this link:
More funding details:
For PhD enquiries please email Dr Jeanne Wilson
Specific PhD Project Adverts
Opportunities of any advertised lectureship positions will be linked here.
For KCL job opportunities in general please see: https://jobs.kcl.ac.uk/gb/en/about-king-s
Opportunities of any advertised research associate positions will be linked here.
We are also keen to hear from senior post-docs who would be interested in applying for a fellowship with King’s College including through the STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowship scheme, the Royal Society University Research Fellowship scheme, the Newton International Fellowship Scheme and the European Commission Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions scheme.
For Fellowship enquiries please emails Prof Francesca Di Lodovico