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PhD: Long-term impacts and multiple benefits of green infrastructure in cities.

The University of Exeter and The University of Queensland are seeking exceptional students to join a world-leading, cross-continental research team tackling major challenges facing the world’s population in global sustainability and wellbeing as part of the QUEX Institute. The joint PhD programme provides a fantastic opportunity for the most talented doctoral students to work closely with world-class research groups and benefit from the combined expertise and facilities offered at the two institutions, with a lead supervisor within each university. This prestigious programme provides full tuition fees, stipend, travel funds and research training support grants to the successful applicants.  The studentship funding is provided for up to 42 months (3.5 years)

Ten generous, fully-funded studentships are available for the best applicants, 5 offered by the University of Exeter and 5 by the University of Queensland. This select group will spend at least one year at each University and will graduate with a joint degree from the University of Exeter and the University of Queensland.

 

 

Opportunity: 

Available to: 
Future Student

Level of study: 
Postgraduate Research

Citizenship: 
Australian and Permanent Residents or NZ citizens
International student

Award value:
A living stipend of $27,082 (2018) and tuition fees. A travel grant of AUD $8,500 per annum, and a training grant of AUD $3,000 are also available over the three year program

Applications open: 
1 April 2018

Applications close: 
27 May 2018

 

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