The Hydro Nation Scholars Programme is an open competition for PhD Scholars to undertake approved projects, hosted within Scottish Universities and Research Institutes. This project will be hosted at the University of Dundee.
Full funding is available from the Scottish Government (to host institutions via the Scottish Funding Council). The funding available will be in line with the UKRI doctoral stipend levels and indicative fees.
Applicants should have a first-class honours degree in a relevant subject (e.g.environmental science, biology, geography, economics, maths) or a 2.1 honours degree plus Masters (or equivalent). Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in February 2020.
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