Fully-Funded PhD Studentship at University of Nottingham 2022-23

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Scholarship Description:

University of Nottingham (UK) through the School of Geography invites applications from suitably qualified students for a three-year PhD studentship beginning in autumn 2022. Applicants must hold an offer to start a PhD research degree program in the School of Geography between 1 October 2022 and 1 February 2023, It advised you start application early.

The school is committed to high-quality research and knowledge transfer, rooted in a culture of interdisciplinary and collaborative research and a strong and supportive postgraduate research culture and training program.


University of Nottingham (UK)

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Research Areas:

The studentship will fund PhD research in any field of geography supported by our four research themes:

  • Geosciences;
  • Environment and Society;
  • Economic Worlds; and
  • Cultural and Historical Geography.

Scholarship Worth:

The Fully-funded PhD studentship in the School of Geography will cover fees at Home/EU rate (£4,625 for 2022-23) and provide a full-time yearly stipend comparable to RCUK rates (currently £15,609).


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Eligibility Criteria:

For University of Nottingham Fully-funded PhD studentship, applicants must meet the following conditions:

  • Be international students.
  • Hold an offer to start a PhD research degree program in the School of Geography between 1 October 2022 and 1 February 2023.
  • Have a Master’s degree or equivalent in the relevant field.
  • Be ready to enroll in research program at the University.

Application Procedure:

To be considered for the studentshipoffer-holders should download and complete the application form (Word) and submit it to [email protected]

Application Deadline:

May 31, 2022

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