What's it like to do a PhD in Pollution?
Doing a PhD in Pollution will require you to produce an original piece of research. You will be expected to identify gaps in the current understanding of pollution and provide new solutions to the existing problems. Your research will be guided by a supervisor with expertise in the field.
Some popular research topics in Pollution include:
- Air pollution
- Water pollution
- Chemical pollution
- Waste management
Some popular research methods in Pollution include:
- Aerial and satellite imaging
- Computer modelling
- Biological monitoring
You might also be required to complete departmental training in order to gain the skills necessary to perform your research.
If you are based in the UK, you will also be required to complete a pre-sessional training to prepare you for your doctoral research.