The PhD program in Sustainable Development is for those looking to pursue rigorous scholarship and research at the boundary between social and natural sciences. Students should have an interest in pursuing academic careers in interdisciplinary graduate and undergraduate programs with a focus on policy and the environment as well as in the more traditional social science disciplines. This.
Sustainable Development degrees. Sustainable Development degrees teach students the principles and practices of sustainability. Future graduates can use their knowledge and skills to address major environmental issues, like clean water scarcity, sanitation, renewable energy sources, reusing and recycling waste, overall pollution and the disappearance of endangered species.
The College of Social Sciences, to which the International Development Department belongs, has specially designated careers advisors and careers consultants who can provide guidance for doctoral researchers on career paths, CVs, training opportunities, application and interviews. The University’s central Careers’ Service also runs workshops and offers personally tailored advice and.
The cross-disciplinary UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR) conducts research, teaching and enterprise work in the area of sustainable use of natural resources, bringing together capabilities from across UCL. Our multidisciplinary programme and strong links to industry, policy and other academic institutions provide an excellent foundation for PhD study.
The PhD in sustainable development is designed and supported as a five-year program. It is recognized that some students may need to extend their studies for all or part of a sixth year. While this can be accommodated administratively, students cannot assume that funds will be available to support a sixth year of study and they are urged to make efforts to secure fellowship support or obtain.
Sustainable Urban Development research in the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford. Research on Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) at Oxford seeks to develop advanced knowledge on the challenges and opportunities for developing more sustainable and just urban spaces, communities and politics.Learn More
The professional development of postgraduate researchers is supported by the Doctoral College, which provides training in essential skills through its Researcher Development Programme of workshops, mentoring and coaching.A dedicated postgraduate Careers and Employability team will help you prepare for a successful career after the completion of your PhD.Learn More
The PhD in Sustainable Futures offers useful preparation for related careers in the public, private or civic sectors, as well as in academia. In the public sector, it will open opportunities in government departments and agencies at international, national and local levels. In the private sector, it provides training and analytical skills of relevance to careers in consultancy or environmental.Learn More
Scholarship in applied sustainable development. The PhD in Sustainability Management provides future environmental leaders with the research skills, management tools, strategies and processes required to realize sustainable outcomes within business, government and third sector organizations. The program contributes to the creation of academic knowledge by developing methods, systems, concepts.Learn More
PhD via progression from MPhil, including that period: Full-time, from 2.5 to 5 years. Part-time, from 3.5 to 6 years. PhD: Full-time, from 2 to 4 years. Part-time, from 3 to 6 years. For further guidance on the duration of Research Degrees please refer to the Research Degrees Regulations.Learn More
The sustainability of development presents some of the most important policy challenges concerning the future of our planet. None of these central issues can be understood from the sole perspective of a traditional discipline, whether in the social, natural, engineering, or health sciences. The PhD in Sustainable Development combines a traditional graduate education in the social sciences.Learn More
The PhD candidate in archaeology will work jointly with a PhD candidate from the research program for Natural Resources and Sustainable Development at the Department of Earth Sciences within the frames of the interdisciplinary project Fisheries and coastal development in small island context - the past, present and future. This project investigates marine resources and coastal zones in a long.Learn More
Tuition fees are completely free for all PhD students in Finland, regardless of nationality.And Finnish capital Helsinki, ranked 75 th in the QS Best Student Cities, is home to two of the world’s top 150 universities, the University of Helsinki and Aalto University.Also noteworthy are Finland’s wide, open spaces and incredible natural phenomena such as the eerie midnight sun and the.Learn More
PhD student in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development at Uppsala University’s interdisciplinary graduate school in sustainable development. The Department of Earth Sciences offers education and research with a unique scope and in international evaluations is considered to be one of Europe's most complete earth science institutions. The Department’s scope is represented by.Learn More
The development of global sustainable development strategies is driving a need for novel legal studies options that combine business and commercial concepts with environmental and social considerations. Legal service related to corporate social responsibility is ever more important at major law firms and this LLM serves to provide this sought-after legal specialization. The School of Law is.Learn More
PhD Sustainable Futures. Programme; Qualifications and durations. The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programme comprises a significant piece of research which will enable you to contribute to the academic community through a large written thesis (typically up to 90,000 words). You can complete your PhD in 2 to 4 years (full-time) or up to 6 years (part-time). Overview. This interdisciplinary.Learn More
The Treaty of European Union sets out the EU vision for a sustainable development of Europe based on balanced economic growth and price stability, a highly competitive social market economy, aiming at full employment and social progress, and a high level of protection and improvement of the quality of the environment. Sustainable development has been mainstreamed into EU policies and.Learn More