The PhD scholarship is fully funded for at least 3.5 years for UK/EU citizens or settled overseas students only, who have worked and/or studied in the UK for at least three years before the programme starts.
Candidates could come from a range of academic backgrounds. Ideal candidates would hold an excellent first degree in natural/ environmental/ecological sciences, and an MSc in sustainability / ecological economics / development studies or similar. Candidates will be expected to spend several months as a minimum conducting research in India.
Miller-Robbie, L. Ramaswami, A. and Amerasinghe, P., 2017. Wastewater treatment and reuse in urban agriculture: exploring the food, energy, water, and health nexus in Hyderabad, India. Environmental Research Letters. 12, 075005. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa6bfe
Rohilla, S.K., Luthra, B., Bhatnagar, A., Matto, M. and Bhonde, U., 2017. Septage Management: A Practitioner’s Guide, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi. https://smartnet.niua.org/sites/default/files/resources/septage_management_a_practitioners_guide_with_sbm_logo.pdf
WWAP (United Nations World Water Assessment Programme), 2017. The United Nations World Water Development Report 2017: Wastewater, The Untapped Resource. Paris, UNESCO. http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/environment/water/wwap/wwdr/2017-wastewater-the-untapped-resource/
FTE Category A staff submitted: 104.98
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