Applications are welcome for a number of PhD projects, listed below, fully-funded for 3.5 years, exploring two exciting strands of the UK’s future Industrial Strategy:
Two studentships starting September 2018 are available providing:
The NERC GW4+ DTP is a partnership of the Universities of Bath, Bristol, and Exeter, Cardiff University and six Research Organisations. In addition to our in-house DTP courses, we hold events which bring together all DTP students to encourage them to establish relationships for mutual support and collaboration across scientific disciplines. Furthermore, we provide a training budget (£4,000 per student) to purchase any specialist training.
Our students are exposed to science policy-making in government and training in consultancy and entrepreneurship. A variety of funded work and policy placements in industrial and technology companies and research, governmental and voluntary organisations in the UK and overseas are available to students during their PhDs.
Our partnership emphasises research excellence and our aim is to pave the way for tomorrow’s visionaries, leaders and problem-solvers in the Earth and Environmental Sciences, providing a solid foundation for a rewarding career beyond the PhD.
We welcome applications from students in relevant NERC’s science disciplines, physics, engineering, mathematics, statistics and computer programming. Detailed candidate requirements and a supervisor contact email are provided on the projects descriptions linked below. Please email the supervisor if you have any questions about the project or eligibility. Applications are open to anyone satisfying the UK residency requirements for a full NERC studentship.
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. Applicants with a minimum upper second-class degree and significant relevant non-academic experience are also encouraged to apply.
To apply, please follow the instructions on the individual project descriptions below.
If you require assistance, please email: [email protected]
Application deadline: 2359 hours BST Monday 9 July 2018. Interviews take place in July 2018.