Imperial College

Applications Open

We are delighted to welcome applications to the four fully-funded PhD projects for 2016/17 listed below:

 Project Title Supervisor
Supply chain risk management and resilient cities Dr Gonzalo Guillen-Gosalbez
Implications of low-carbon transition pathways on fossil fuel reserves and high-carbon energy assets Dr Adam Hawkes 
Strategic narratives in UK climate policy Dr Felicity Mellor
Securing health and biodiversity co-benefits from environmental interventions in rural-urban systems  Dr Kris Murray
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Funded by the Grantham Institute and partnering research institutes as indicated, studentships cover Home/ EU tuition fees and provide a tax-free stipend of £16,056 per year for the duration of the 3.5 year project.

Eligibility

Please note that full funding is available for Home/ EU students only. 
International students are welcome to apply but must cover the difference between Home/EU fees and International tuition fees. 
Further information regarding International tuition fees is available here.

Science & Solutions for a Changing Planet DTP

The successful applicants will be embedded within the third cohort of the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet DTP.  This interdisciplinary cohort of 30 students will receive bespoke training courses, specialist seminars and benefit from a huge range of opportunities to engage with the wider climate and environment community, including funded secondments. 

How to apply

The deadline for applications is 18:00 (BST) 11 July 2016.

To apply, please complete the online application form and inform the project supervisor. Further information on now to apply.
Please note: all applicants must meet the College entry requirements.

When completing the form, enter the project supervisor's department in "Find your programme":

  • 'Supply chain risk management and resilient cities' (Gonzalo Gosalbez): Chemical Engineering
  • 'Implications of low-carbon transition pathways on fossil fuel reserves and high-carbon energy assets' (Dr Adam Hawkes): Chemical Engineering
  • 'Strategic narratives in UK climate policy' (Dr Felicity Mellor): Science Communication
  • 'Securing health and biodiversity co-benefits from environmental interventions in rural-urban systems' (Dr Kris Murray): Public Health

Any enquiries can be made to Sophie Smith, Project Manager – Education.   

Applications for the NERC-funded SSCP DTP studentships will be advertised here in September 2016 for an October 2017 start.