PhD in Electronic Science and Engineering Westlake University
The School of Engineering is devoted to pushing the frontiers of research in applied sciences and to developing new technologies that can advance human wellbeing and environmental sustainability. The School of Engineering’s Ph.D. in Electronic Science and Engineering program trains doctoral students in cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and technology and actively recruits top talent from around the world.
Scholarships and Funding
All admitted Ph.D. students to this program will receive a full tuition scholarship or a full tuition waiver and a monthly living allowance. Westlake University is committed to reducing the financial barriers of students so they can focus on their academic goals. We provide financial support for our doctoral students to cover their tuition, on-campus room and board rates, insurance premiums, and other living costs. Fellowships, scholarships, and grants are categorized according to their sources and include public funding, the University’s Fund, and social endowments.
International students are eligible for numerous scholarships from the national or provincial government.
Westlake University Graduate TA and RA Stipends
Westlake University Graduate Teaching Assistantships and Research Assistant positions receive paid stipends. These stipends are sponsored by the University and doctoral student supervisors. These stipends provide graduate students with remuneration for assistantships in teaching, administration, and research.
Applicants to the Ph.D. program in Electronic Science and Technology can focus on one of the following four Research Fields:
Physical Electronics; Circuits and Systems; Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics; Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Technology.
**All admitted Ph.D. students to this program will receive a full tuition scholarship or a full tuition waiver and a monthly living allowance. In addition, sufficient financial support for research at the department and school levels is offered to all Ph.D. students.
*Note*: Doctoral dissertation topics for students in the Ph.D. program in Electronic Science and Engineering generally follow the research of the laboratory they work in.
*Note*: Applicants to the School of Engineering Ph.D. program in Electronic Science and Engineering are greatly encouraged to contact the Faculty Supervisor of the laboratory they want to do research in before applying to the Ph.D. program. Once admitted into the Ph.D. program, doctoral students will be assigned to a laboratory and Faculty Supervisor according to their preferences listed in their admissions application materials. Each doctoral student’s Faculty Supervisor will act as a program mentor, advisor, and doctoral dissertation chair.