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[Met-jobs] PhD studentship opportunities with the SCENARIO NERC DTP

From John Methven <>
Date Fri, 25 Nov 2016 18:08:48 +0000

Subject: 14-16 fully-funded PhD studentships with the
SCENARIO NERC Doctoral Training Partnership

The SCENARIO NERC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) at the
Universities of Reading and Surrey invites applications for 14-16 fully
funded PhD studentships starting in September 2017. See the 35 exciting projects to choose from.

We have an open day in Reading on 30th November (see webpage for details and to register).

NERC funding is only available to UK citizens and other EU citizens meeting the RCUK residence requirements. The studentships cover fees, training, research expenses, conference attendance and a tax free maintenance grant. SCENARIO seeks to attract high-quality graduates from science, mathematics and engineering degrees.

The scope of SCENARIO is broad, spanning the science of the atmosphere,
oceans, ice, hydrology, soil, biosphere and space weather. As a SCENARIO DTP student you can expect to receive excellent training in quantitative environmental science, research skills and a wider set of professional skills in preparation for a leading role in science, industry, the public sector or academia. SCENARIO has many partners from industry and the public sector who offer co-supervision and opportunities for placement work related to your PhD research. Look for details of CASE sponsorship in the project adverts.

For a full list of available PhD projects and details on how to apply,
please visit our website:

The deadline for applications is January 30, 2017.

For further queries please contact Claire Morris, (SCENARIO DTP Administrator)

Professor John Methven,
Department of Meteorology, University of Reading,
PO Box 243, Earley Gate, Reading, RG6 6BB, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)118 3786015  Fax: +44 (0)118 3788905

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