We seek a PhD student to work on the project "A regional-scale perspective on metrics for assessing global climate models". The project is jointly funded through the strategic research initiative ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system - MERGE, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), an the University of Gothenburg.
We would prefer studies to commence in early 2011. The first two years fulltime studies will be paid by an education grant, and the following two years by PhD employment.
Dr. David Rayner (also contact person for this application) Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg. firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 (0)31 786 4849
Dr. Klaus Wyser Rossby Centre, Swedish Hydrological and Meteorological Institute (SMHI). email@example.com, +46 (0)11 495 8464
Applications for the MS June 2011 intake open now and close on 30 November 2010. Applicants with good bachelor degrees or students in their final-year of undergraduate studies in engineering/science, are invited to apply for admission to the NEWRI Environmental Master of Science (NEMS) programme. It is conducted by Nanyang Technological University’s School of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute (NEWRI) with summer attachment at Stanford University.
Applicants need to write a clear and specific 600-700 word research proposal to submit with their application. If you are intending to study in Actuarial Studies, Management and Marketing or the Melbourne Institute, you will also be required to submit a CV and covering letter.
While the Faculty accepts applications for graduate research degrees at any time, applicants must submit their application by 31 October (for entry to Semester One) in order to be considered for a scholarship.
Please visit Departmental websites for details of current research activity and to find academic staff interests and expertise.
INPEX Scholarship Foundation was established in tokyo, Japan as Non-profit organization. The main program is to offer scholarship awards to Indonesian youths, who have graduated from universities in Indonesia and live in Indonesia, and who wish to study the subjects in the fields of natural science in the Graduate School of Universities in Japan for Master's Degree, and to offer scholarship awards to Japanese youths also who wish to study in Indonesia.
Faculty for the Future fellowships are awarded to women from developing and emerging economies who are preparing for PhD or post-doctoral study in the physical sciences, engineering, or related disciplines to pursue advanced graduate study at top universities in their disciplines abroad. The 2011 Awards session will open to applications as of September 1st to November 30th 2010. Guidance and application forms will be available from that date.
DIKTI in cooperation with AMINEF will offer scholarships for those who will interest to obtain masters and doctoral in the United States. The program will be intake in 2011.
We are looking for passionate and practical students to join the world class team at C3. If you think you have the qualifications and skills please consult the Faculty of Science Research page for a step by step guide on the application process.
Although applications have closed for 2009 scholarships a new round will open next year. If you are still interested in applying for a scholarship talk to the relevant C3 team member to discuss your options.
With financial support from the
Faculty of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 8 PhD scholarships are available
in the Climate Change: Impacts, adaptation and mitigation. The intern three years
is expected to be effective from December 1 or shortly thereafter.
Applications are welcomed within the following 15 areas; please observe that only 8 PhD scholarships will be filled.
The International Energy Studies PhD program is offered to provide students and foreign researchers, who have a master's degree (or equivalent) the opportunity to continue their studies for his doctorate at Kyoto University. In the doctoral program, Master of the Japanese language is unnecessary because students can obtain the necessary funds by choosing from a variety of topics are presented in English and they also supervised the research work in English.
Committee of the International Conference "Technology cooperation and economic benefits of reducing emissions of greenhouse gas emissions in Indonesia", held 1-2 November 2010 in Hamburg, Germany announced the Essay Contest students for international students, especially for German and Indonesian Undergraduate,Post graduate and Phd students in the world. Topics related to the issue of climate change.