About the Project
For informal enquiries about the project, contact Dr Rafael Emmanuel Macatangay ([email protected])
For general enquiries about the University of Dundee, contact [email protected]
Applicants must have obtained, or expect to obtain, a first or 2.1 UK honours degree, or equivalent for degrees obtained outside the UK in a relevant discipline.
English language requirement: IELTS (Academic) score must be at least 6.5 (with not less than 5.5 in each of the four components). Other, equivalent qualifications will be accepted. Full details of the University’s English language requirements are available online: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/guides/english-language-requirements.
Step 1: Email Dr Rafael Emmanuel Macatangay ([email protected]) to (1) send a copy of your CV and (2) discuss your potential application and any practicalities (e.g. suitable start date).
Step 2: After discussion with Dr Macatangay, formal applications can be made via UCAS Postgraduate. When applying, please follow the instructions below:
Apply for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy: https://digital.ucas.com/coursedisplay/courses/d62f054d-7fcd-a6b9-5cdf-ef709bccc45e. Select the start date and study mode (full-time/part-time) agreed with the lead supervisor.
In the ‘provider questions’ section of the application form:
- Write the project title and ‘FindAPhD.com’ in the ‘if your application is in response to an advertisement’ box;
- Write the lead supervisor’s name and give brief details of your previous contact with them in the ‘previous contact with the University of Dundee’ box.
In the ‘personal statement’ section of the application form, outline your suitability for the project selected.
Macatangay R, Rieu-Clarke A (2018) “The role of valuation and bargaining in optimising transboundary watercourse treaty regimes” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-018-9396-y
Sunstein C (2017) “Cost-Benefit Analysis and Arbitrariness Review” Harvard Environmental Law Review 41(1): 1-41
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