• Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor Degree or equivalent in environmental science, chemistry and/or physical geography (or closely related), and a demonstrated interest in hydro/geochemistry.
• A driving license is required for travel to the research site.
• This studentship is open to UK/EU students only.
• Starts October 2019.
• 3-year award.
• Covers tuition fees, UKRI stipend and expenses.
• This project is co-funded by South East Water.
Please submit an application for a PhD in Environmental Science (SAGES), at View Website.