This round of QUADRAT studentships are open to UK nationals, EU candidates with settled or pre-settled status and Republic of Ireland candidates for the 23/24 academic year. Please note that residency requirements also apply.
These studentships may be of particular interest to candidates with a background in human/physical geography, environmental science, physics, computer science, engineering, mathematics, biological sciences, social science, anthropology, environmental psychology, ecology, palaeoecology, chemistry, economics.
Candidates should have (or expect to achieve) a minimum of a 2.1 Honours degree in a relevant subject. Applicants with a 2.2 Honours degree may be considered providing they have a Distinction at Master’s level. Please note that a Masters degree is only required where the BSc grade is below a 2.1.
Fees and Funding
QUADRAT DTP students are funded for a minimum of 3.5 years (up to 7 years part-time), to start on 1st October 2023.
These QUADRAT studentships are open to UK, EU (with settled or pre-settled status) and Republic of Ireland candidates. Funding covers:
- A monthly stipend for accommodation and living costs, based on UKRI rates (£18,622 pa for 23/24)
- Fees (home rate tuition fees only)
- Research and Training Costs
How to Apply
For more information, please visit our website, or scroll down to view our available projects listed on FindAPhD. Candidates can apply for one project. Successful candidates will start on 1st October 2023, alongside cohort 5.
We advise all applicants to contact and discuss the project content with the relevant project supervisor.
It is anticipated that shortlisted candidates will be called for interview before the end of June 2023, with decisions being issued in July 2023. Interviews will be scheduled virtually over MS Teams and you will be given advanced notice of this if you are to be invited.
Sign up to one of our applicant ‘Ask Us Anything’ sessions here.