There are several ways in which you can study with CEH in a stimulating environment involving multidisciplinary research.
- PhD Studentships, including Doctoral Training Partnerships
- Masters projects
- Sandwich course placements
CEH works in collaboration with Universities across the UK and internationally to input scientific and supervisory expertise into PhD projects. Currently there are approximately 150 PhD students studying with CEH. Of these, a third are based at CEH and are either competitively-funded through 12 NERC Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) or directly funded through a variety of sources. CEH is also a partner in a Soils Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT).
PhD studentships where funding for the project is secured will be advertised here when available.
None currently available
Competitively-funded PhD Opportunities
- Body plan and germ cell formation in butterflies
Closes 16 December 2016
Details of Doctoral Training Partnerships with CEH vacancies:
These are available through Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) whereby CEH hosts the studentship (ie the student is based at a CEH site) and where projects within each DTP compete with each other for funding. Eligibility: NERC studentships are bound by NERC's terms and conditions including residency and minimum qualifications (see individual project details).
Further information and CEH vacancies
Partnership between the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool and York and CEH.
|CENTA||Central England NERC Training Alliance is a consortium of Universities (Birmingham, Leicester, Loughborough, Warwick and The Open University) and research institutes (CEH and the British Geological Survey, (BGS)).|
Edinburgh Earth and Environment DTP brings together 28 partners from research, education, policy and industry sectors. The following opportunties close on 16 January 2017:
|EnvEast||Expertise from three universities (East Anglia, Essex and Kent) and ten research centres, including CEH, led by the University of East Anglia.|
A consortium of 44 industry and NGO partners, led by Lancaster University and including the Universities of Nottingham and Bangor and CEH. The initiative also involves large multinationals, a large number of SMEs and international research centres. The following opportunities close on 6 January 2017:
NERC Great Western Four+ DTP is a formal alliance of research-intensive universities across the South West - Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. The following opportunities close on 6 January 2017:
|IAPETUS||North East of England’s and Scotland’s multidisciplinary DTP, which joins the leading research universities of Durham, Glasgow, Newcastle, St Andrews and Stirling, together with CEH and BGS.|
|Oxford DTP in Environmental Research|
The University of Oxford's DTP in Environmental Research recruits research students through three Research Streams: Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolutionary Processes, The Dynamic Earth Surface Processes and Natural Hazards, and The Physical Climate System.
SCENARIO is led by the University of Reading, with three further Host Partners (the University of Surrey, CEH and BGS) in collaboration with a wide range of industry and public sector partners. The following opportunities close on 30 January 2017:
|Science and Solutions|
The SSCP DTP brings together Imperial College London’s world leading expertise with that of its partners to offer a unique world-class multidisciplinary PhD training programme.
Hosted by five academic departments at the University of Leeds and one at the University of York, building on a history of bi-lateral and multi-lateral research collaboration.
The Southampton Partnership for Innovative Training of Future Investigators Researching the Environment collaborating with CEH and other organisations. The following opportunities close on 2 January 2017:
If you are interested in ideas and supervision for a Masters Projects or summer work experience during your degree, please contact email@example.com detailing your area of study.
If you are interested in doing a placement at CEH please contact firstname.lastname@example.org including your CV and a covering letter detailing the type of placement you are looking for and the area of science and/or location in which you are interested.