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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Studentship Funding

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The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are the main UK government agency for funding research and training in engineering and the physical sciences, investing around £500 million a year in a broad range of subjects.

EPSRC operate to meet the needs of industry and society by working in partnership with universities to invest in people and scientific discovery and innovation. The knowledge and expertise gained maintains a technological leading edge, builds a strong economy and improves people's quality of life.

EPSRC's work is complementary to other research investors including other research councils, government agencies, industry and the European Union. EPSRC actively engage in and encourage partnerships and collaborations across disciplines, boundaries and the world.

EPSRC also actively promote public engagement in science, engineering and technology.

The University of St Andrews is fully committed to respect and fair treatment for everyone, eliminating discrimination and actively promoting equality of opportunity and delivering fairness to all.

In addition to being compliant with the equality laws; public duties; and Human Rights Acts (Universal and European), the University also supports diversity and promotes equality of opportunity for all staff, casual/bank or temporary workers, students and visitors.