We have 76 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Bristol

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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Bristol

We have 76 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Bristol

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Funded PhD- Fully Funded PhD Opportunity on Exteroceptive and Interoceptive Signals in Risky Decision Making

About the Project . Decision-making, especially in high-risk scenarios such as gambling, is influenced by both external (exteroceptive) and internal bodily (interoceptive) signals accessible to the individual. Read more

Economics PhD at the University of Bristol

The University of Bristol's School of Economics is a thriving centre for teaching and research. We have an active and successful PhD programme, and over 50 research-active staff publishing in top international journals. Read more

University of Bristol Business School

The University of Bristol Business School is built on a strong tradition of scholarship and learning in business disciplines across Management, Accounting and Finance, dating back to 1955. Read more

Attributing the health and wellbeing impacts of extreme weather to climate change

Extreme weather events such as heatwaves and intense flooding are occurring more frequently in a warming climate. From direct mortality to long-term mental ill health, they affect human health and wellbeing in many ways. Read more

Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy of Photochemical Dynamics

Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy of Photochemical Dynamics. Fully funded 3.5 year PhD studentships are available to start in September 2024 in the Orr-Ewing research group and the Oliver research group in the School of Chemistry at the University of Bristol. Read more

Funded PhD - How do animals stay vigilant during sleep?

Sleep is vital for health and cognition yet is usually associated with unconsciousness meaning individuals are vulnerable to dangers in their environment and are unable to capitalize on resources should they become available (e.g food or a mate). Read more

Development of novel techniques to reduce aerodynamic noise

In this exciting project, we will develop and test a range of novel techniques to reduce noise from aerodynamic components. This will include the use of standard and functionally graded porous materials, perforated sheets with complex hole patterns, etc. Read more

Funded PhD - Using single-cell technologies to map pathways of blood stem cell formation

Stem cells play a crucial role in maintaining the body's ability to replenish cell types as needed. The continuous generation of blood cells is essential for good health, this task is entrusted to blood-forming (hematopoietic) stem cells. Read more

Advancing large scale flood modelling with the surface water and ocean topography mission

Summary. Fluvial flooding is the most destructive of all natural disasters, causing financial losses that surpass £50 billion per year globally, with over 2 billion people residing on floodplains at risk of exposure. Read more

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