Funding for: UK students, EU Students, International Students
Duration: 39 months
Start date: 1st September/October 2018
Closing date: Deadline extended until 3rd August 2018.
Host Institutions: Queen’s University Belfast, University of the Highlands and the Islands, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ulster University and Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute.
Project description: The Bryden Centre PhD studentships have been funded under the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme. The Bryden Centre will create a ‘virtual centre of competence’ that will support industry-led applied/pre-commercial collaborative research on a cross-border, interregional basis that is focused on two specific forms of renewable energy:
The programme has 15 projects currently available in these specific areas. For further information, please follow the link provided;