We are now accepting applications for PhD projects commencing Autumn 2019 and covering the full breadth of Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences. Up to 30 fully-funded studentships are available comprising:
Some projects are CASE projects which are co-developed with industrial, commercial and charity endusers of research and provide the PhD researcher with additional benefits, such as a paid internship outside the academic setting and an additional research budget of at least £3,000.
The GW4+ Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) consists of the GW4 Alliance of the word-class researchintensive Universities of Bath, Bristol and Exeter and Cardiff University plus five unique and prestigious Research Organisation partners: British Antarctic Survey, British Geological Survey, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, the Natural History Museum and Plymouth Marine Laboratory. Drawing upon the resources of these institutions, we provide a comprehensive and effective training programme for our PhD researchers which includes:
Our comprehensive and effective training and careers development programme is designed to prepare our PhD researchers to take on future leadership roles science, technology, business and policy-making.
We welcome applications from students in relevant NERC’s science disciplines plus those with degrees in physics, engineering, mathematics, statistics and computer programming. Detailed candidate requirements and a supervisor contact email are provided on the project descriptions. Please email the supervisor if you have any questions about the project or eligibility. Applications are primarily open to UK residents only (minimum residence of 3 years excluding time in further education), however, a limited number of full studentships are also available to EU residents.
Applicants should have obtained, or be about to obtain, a first- or upper second-class UK Honours degree, or the equivalent qualifications gained outside the UK. Applicants with a lower second-class degree will be considered if they also have a master’s degree or relevant professional experience.
Please follow the instructions on the individual project descriptions found here:
Application deadline: 1600 hours GMT Monday 7 January 2019.
Interviews take place 4 – 15 February 2019.