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Biological Anthropology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 3 Biological Anthropology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Embark on a fascinating journey of discovery with a PhD in Biological Anthropology. This field of study delves into the biological and evolutionary aspects of humans and primates, offering a unique perspective on our origins, development, and diversity.

What's it like to study a PhD in Biological Anthropology?

Studying a PhD in Biological Anthropology allows you to explore the intricate relationship between biology and culture. You will have the opportunity to conduct groundbreaking research on topics such as human evolution, skeletal biology, primate behaviour, and genetics.

As a PhD student, you will work closely with experienced researchers and faculty members who will guide and support you throughout your journey. You will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories, research facilities, and fieldwork opportunities, enabling you to gain hands-on experience and contribute to the field's body of knowledge.

In addition to conducting your own research, you will also engage in seminars, workshops, and conferences, where you can exchange ideas and collaborate with fellow researchers from around the world. This vibrant academic community will provide you with invaluable networking opportunities and exposure to diverse perspectives.

Entry requirements for a PhD in Biological Anthropology

To pursue a PhD in Biological Anthropology, you typically need a strong academic background in anthropology, biology, or a related field. Most universities require a minimum of a 2.1 Honours degree or a Master's degree. Additionally, you will need to submit a research proposal outlining your intended area of study and research objectives.

PhD in Biological Anthropology funding options

Funding for PhDs in Biological Anthropology may be available from various sources, including governments, universities and charities, business or industry. See our full guides to PhD funding for more information.

PhD in Biological Anthropology careers

A PhD in Biological Anthropology opens up a wide range of exciting career paths. Many graduates go on to become university professors, conducting research and teaching the next generation of anthropologists. Others find employment in museums, research institutions, or government agencies, where they contribute to archaeological and forensic investigations, conservation efforts, or public health initiatives.

Furthermore, the skills acquired during a PhD in Biological Anthropology, such as critical thinking, data analysis, and research design, are highly transferable. Graduates often find success in fields such as healthcare, public policy, consulting, and non-profit organizations.

Embarking on a PhD in Biological Anthropology is not only a rewarding academic pursuit but also a gateway to a fulfilling and impactful career. Join the ranks of passionate researchers and contribute to our understanding of humanity's past, present, and future.

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Examining relationships between human well-being and avian biodiversity within natural and urban soundscapes - ESRC WGSSS studentship

The School of Environmental and Natural Sciences at Bangor University are delighted to offer a fully funded Wales Graduate School for the Social Sciences (WGSSS) (ESRC DTP) studentship starting in October 2024. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Ageing

About the Project. We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research team within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent. The research aims of this project are to explore the impact of Aging on the mammalian circadian clock. Read more

Circadian Rhythms and Ageing

About the Project. We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research team within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent. The research aims of this project are to explore the impact of Aging on the mammalian circadian clock. Read more
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