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NERC PhD studentship available in Physical Geography

Posted on 04/12/2012

Candidates are invited to apply for NERC doctoral funding with Royal Holloway, University of London, specializing in Physical Geography topics within the Department of Geography.

We are particularly interested in applications and ideas for projects that engage in our research themes and interests. For a description of topics currently on offer, please look on our research group page. We also encourage potential candidates with their own research ideas to contact any prospective physical geography supervisor. A list of staff can be found below.

Application procedure:

Candidates must meet the following criteria to apply:

- Only Home and EU students are eligible to apply (due to NERC stipulations).
- Have at least a 2:1 undergraduate degree, and be currently undertaking or has undertaken a relevant Masters degree.
- Be able to take up the funding, if awarded, in September 2013.

Interested candidates should (ideally) first contact to discuss, and then send the following documents to one of the potential supervisors/advisers below.

- 1 page outline of a PhD project idea, detailing aims, primary material and methods
- CV

Deadline: 15th February 2013

Potential Supervisors/Advisers

Dr. Simon Armitage (Simon.Armitagerhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Simon Blockley (Simon.Blockleyrhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Ian Candy (Ian.Candyrhul.ac.uk)
Prof. Scott Elias (S.Eliasrhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Peter French (P.Frenchrhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Ian Matthews (I.P.Matthewsrhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Jay Mistry (J.Mistryrhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Adrian Palmer (a.palmer@rhul.ac.uk)
Prof. Danielle Schreve (danielle.schreve@rhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Tom Stevens (Thomas.Stevens@rhul.ac.uk)
Dr. Varyl Thorndycraft (Varyl.Thorndycraft@rhul.ac.uk)  



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