We have 19 Human Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

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Human Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

We have 19 Human Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

Climate justice and indigenous knowledge to support climate change public policies

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
This PhD scholarship focuses on how we can integrate the knowledge of indigenous communities to address key climate challenges. Indigenous co-design studies are centered on challenging Western-centric worldviews, power structures, and conceptions of time, valuing the knowledge and expertise of indigenous communities. Read more

Gender-inclusive online learning spaces in higher education for improved health and wellbeing

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
The United Nations have identified ‘gender equality’ and ‘good health and wellbeing’ as sustainable development goals (SDGs). These are interrelated SDGs as social inclusion and non-discrimination are recognised by the World Health Organisation as social determinants of health (SDH). Read more
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Searching for meaning and direction in resilience to extreme heat

Despite the integration of ‘resilience’ into most UK government policy since 2004, and its adoption in wider UK language relating to personal capability, there is little understanding of what resilience looks like in practice. Read more

PhD studentship: Addressing challenges in investigating causal relationships between environment and healthy ageing

Award Summary. 100% of home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses at UKRI rate, currently £18,622 per year. A research training support grant of £5000 per year is available to cover research costs (e.g. Read more
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An integrated framework for Urban and Human interactions to optimise thermal comfort and energy use

Cities are becoming hotspots for extreme heat waves exacerbated by urban heat islands (UHI), driven by the interplay of their macro-climatic setting, micro-climatic conditions, increasing energy use from rising population density, as well as the type of buildings and infrastructure. Read more

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