3 year studentship, subject to satisfactory progress, to include tuition fees (£4,400 for 2018/19), tax-free stipend (£14,777 for 2018/19), and research training and support grant of £750 for 3 years.
Candidates should have, or be expecting, a 2.1 hons at Undergraduate level or above, in a relevant subject. If English is not your first language, please see our language requirements View Website
Please apply online View Website
Please include supervisor name and project title. A research proposal is not required. Please upload a CV and transcripts.
The Priestley International Centre for Climate brings together researchers cross-campus to deliver excellent research to underpin robust and timely climate solutions. Leeds has outstanding reputation for climate related research with more than 170 experts and 110 PhD researchers and an active research grant portfolio of over £70m. The Priestley Centre supports a range of events, activities and opportunities to foster exciting interdisciplinary collaborations including our Climate Exchange seminar series and public engagement events [http://climate.leeds.ac.uk/events/], Piers Sellers Prizes [http://climate.leeds.ac.uk/opportunities/piers-sellers-prize/], Priestley Society [http://climate.leeds.ac.uk/the-priestley-society/], and Priestley Climate Scholars [http://climate.leeds.ac.uk/opportunities/climate-scholars/]. Find out more at http://climate.leeds.ac.uk/.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 60.90
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