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Extra PS700,000 to boost research at university.

WARWICK University has invested an extra PS700,000 in its chancellor's scholarships for postgraduate research students.

The Coventry campus will also increase the duration of the scholarships to threeand-a-half years.

Professor Jacqueline Labbe, chairman of the University of Warwick's board of graduate studies, said: "Warwick is one of the UK's top ten research intensive universities and almost 45 per cent of our students are postgraduates.

"Warwick has sought to build further on that success and since 2006/7 has adopted a goal of doubling its postgraduate research population by 2015/16. We are well on track to achieve this goal." The deadline for applications is January 11.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Dec 28, 2012
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