PhD studentship opportunities
22 January 2021
Cardiff University’s School of Geography and Planning has new PhD studentship opportunities for researchers looking to fulfil their academic ambitions in the fields of geography and planning.
The School is a centre for research excellence in the areas of human geography, planning, urban design and spatial analysis, with a diverse portfolio of research covering economic, social, political and cultural change and the built and natural environments.
With a focus on impact, the School has played a significant role in shaping relevant policy debates and influencing international agendas, taking a leading role in research and academic inquiry associated with the development, management and sustainability of cities, regions and rural spaces.
Supported by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership for Wales, the School invites applications for PhD study available to start in October 2021.
General studentships in the field of Human Geography or Environmental Planning are available alongside a specific programme under the supervision of Dr Tom Smith and Dr Matluba Khan. This project is titled ‘The Geographies of the Digital-Outdoors: Bringing Together Digital and Outdoor Learning Spaces in Welsh Primary Schools’.
Find full details about this project including funding and eligibility information at FindaPhD.
The application deadline for all studentship opportunities is 3 February 2021.