One of the following PhD topics in marine science will be funded through the Gaynor Cemlyn-Jones Trust. Funding of the project (start date October 2019) will cover student tuition fees, a stipend of £15009 per annum and approximately £2000 research expenses per annum over three years.
Please apply with CV and covering letter to the first named supervisor of the project in which you are interested by Friday August 16th. We aim to interview in early September.
Only UK/EU candidates need apply.
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The School of Ocean Sciences is one of the largest university Marine Science departments in Europe, a multi-disciplinary department located on the shores of the Menai Strait, North Wales, UK.
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The School of Ocean Sciences has excellent support facilities for both teaching and research.
These range from:
State-of-the-art, purpose built research vessel commissioned by Bangor University using a £2.8 million Joint Infrastructure Fund grant. Managed and operated by P&O Maritime Services, delivered and in service July 2001.
The vessel enables the UK's marine scientists to study the biology, chemistry, geology and physics of our seas. Designed to take up to ten scientists and 20 students. The School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor and other university departments in the UK also use the vessel as a teaching platform, training the next generation of marine scientists.
The location, the scenery and the surrounding area are amongst the reasons why many of our students choose to come to Bangor. One thing’s for sure, all this on your doorstep definitely adds a different dimension to student life!