Archaeology and Palaeoecology Studentships
ESRC NINE DTP studentships: www.qub.ac.uk/Study/PostgraduateStudy/FundingandScholarships/Doctoral-Training-Centres/NINE_DTP/.
Suitably qualified applicants interested in applying with a project proposal orientated towards the social sciences will be eligible for a NINE (ESRC DTP) studentship. Note that the deadline for applications is 4pm Friday 17 January 2020. Further inquiries about NINE studentships should be directed to Prof. Geraint Ellis.
QUADRAT DTP www.quadrat.ac.uk/
QUADRAT brings together research and training centres of excellence in biological sciences and geosciences from the University of Aberdeen and Queen’s University Belfast, and a broad network of collaborative partners, to provide a transformative platform for the PhD journey. Full details of 11 Quadrat Studentships for 2020 in the area of Geosciences are available on the FindaPhD website (scroll down for programmes in School of Natural and Built Environment). The deadline for applications is 22 January 2020.
Northern Bridge Consortium: http://www.northernbridge.ac.uk/media/sites/teaching/northernbridge/Feeding%20Medieval%20Carrickfergus.pdf
Feeding Medieval Carrickfergus - A Multi-proxy Study of Livestock Husbandry in a Frontier Town
Queen’s University Belfast and the Historic Environment Division (HED), Department for Communities NI (DfC)
Contact: Prof. Eileen Murphy: email@example.com
How to apply?
The School warmly welcomes all enquiries regarding PhD research in Archaeology and Palaeoecology.
You will need to make contact with a potential supervisor in the School to develop your PhD proposal before you apply. Potential supervisors are listed below.
To apply for any of the opportunities outlined above, please complete an application form on the Queen’s University Postgraduate Applications Portal
Further inquiries about funding opportunities should be directed to the Research Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Potential Supervisors in Archaeology and Palaeoecology