The Natural History Museum is offering one joint PhD studentship with the University of Bristol, starting on 1 October 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified graduates (first degree result at least 2:1), and the studentship is only open to those who qualify for ‘Home’ tuition fees (generally UK/EU residence).
Deadline for applications: 5 September 2013. See below for details and application instructions.
Project title: Evolutionary patterns in deer on Mediterranean islands
Application deadline: 5 September 2013
The Natural History Museum, in collaboration with the University of Bristol, seeks applications for a fully-funded 3-year PhD studentship as part of a Leverhulme-funded grant.
The studentship will be based at the Museum under the supervision of Professor Adrian Lister. The student will be registered for the PhD degree at the University of Bristol under the supervision of Dr David Richards.
This studentship is available only to students who qualify for ‘Home’ tuition fees (generally UK/EU residence).
Please send the following documents to Prof Adrian Lister (A.Lister@nhm.ac.uk) by 5 September 2013
Interview date: September 2013. Interview held at the Natural History Museum.
Studentship Start Date: 1 October 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The studentship will cover University of Bristol UK/EU tuition fees (£3900/yr) plus a tax-free maintenance grant of £15,726 per year for three years.
For general enquiries about PhD studentships please contact:
Dr Eileen Cox DSc
Head of Postgraduate Studies
Science Directorate department
Natural History Museum