The Dublin Institute of Technology is one of Irelandâ€™s largest and most innovative university-level institutions. As a comprehensive, dual-sector doctoral-awarding institution, DIT combines the academic excellence of a traditional university with professional, career-oriented learning, preparing graduates for productive leadership roles.
The Dublin Institute of Technology is now accepting applications for EPA-DIT PhD Co-Fund for the year 2017. International applicants are eligible to apply for this position.
Course Level:Â Position is available to pursue PhD programme.
Available Subject:Â Position is awarded in the subject areas: Ammonia, Land-use, Water, Agriculture & Soils within the title â€œAmmonia cycling and emerging particulate matter pollutants under arable land-use management: A modelling approachâ€.
Scholarship Benefits:Â The stipend is â‚¬16,000 per annum. The cost o the academic fee will be covered for the duration of the scholarship. This work will be based in ESHI labs (DITâ€“Grangegorman) and involves joint funding between DIT and the Environmental Protection Agency of Ireland. Computer and desk space facilities will be provided. A bursary of â‚¬2000 will also be provided for travel and conference attendance along with some limited materials.
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
Minimum Required: Primary Degree, 2.1 / Upper Second Class Honours or higher in; Life Science, Biochemistry, Natural Sciences, Agricultural Science, Environmental Science, Biological Science, Soil Science or equivalent.
Desirable: Masters Degree (MSc, MPhil,etc.) in Environmental Science, Atmospheric Science, Biochemistry, Soil Science, or equivalent â€“ Field and laboratory skills in air/water quality monitoring & analysis.
Eligible Nationalities:Â International applicants are eligible to apply for this position.
Method of Application:Â Interested applicants should submit a CV & Cover Letter together with their online application here.
Scholarship Application Deadline:Â Monday, October 23, 2017.