PhD Opportunities in Environment for Students from Developing Countries
Deadline: March 31, 2019
Lancaster Environment Centre (UK) is offering two fully funded PhD studentships to students from developing countries within the field of Environment. The studentships will cover all fees for a three year PhD, a stipend to cover living costs and research support and training grant to cover research costs.
Applicants are invited from nationals of countries with medium or low human development as defined by the United Nations Human Development Programme Development Report published in 2018.
Applicants should hold a good UK-equivalent undergraduate degree and meet university English Language requirements.
As one of the world’s largest centres for environmental research, Lancaster Environment Centre’s academic expertise spans the natural and social sciences, offering balanced perspectives on what are complex societal challenges. We have more than 75 academic staff, 160 PhD students and 50 post-doctoral researchers spanning the social, physical and biological aspects of the environment.
Lancaster University is ranked amongst the top 10 UK universities in three major league tables. Lancaster University was awarded the highest possible score in the UK governments teaching excellence framework and was named the University of the Year by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
Lancaster is a research-intensive university, with research classed as world-leading and internationally excellent in the UK Government’s latest independent review.