School of Natural and Built Environment

Planning Studentships

Deadline for applications is 17 February 2017.  To be eligible for consideration for a DEL studentship (including a stipend of £14,296 and home /EU fees) candidate must have been ordinarily resident in the UK for 3 years (with no restrictions).  EU residents may be eligible for studentship covering fees-only.  Further details at:


Heritage as Commons in Post-Conflict States

Devolution and Democratisation: A Vehicle for Informal Planning?

Zone of Trade: How to Gain the Economic Benefits of Brexit in Northern Ireland

Housing and Settlement Patterns: Exploring Gender Perspectives of Immigrants' Integration in Northern Ireland

The Economics of Peace Building and International Relations

Planning, Politics and the Public Interest: A UK, Ireland and European Perspective

Curing Qualities of Culture: A Comparative Analysis of Northern Ireland and Cyprus

Resilience Planning in an Era of Neoliberalism

Marine Spatial Planning: Citizen Science and Political Consciousness

Access to the Countryside in Northern Ireland

To Build or not to Build: The Effects of Spatially/Geographically Diverse House-Building Policies on the Sustainability of Rural Communities in the UK

Social Enterprises and Energy Assets

Small State Transitions: Scale, Nation-State and Energy Futures

Community Energy, Path Dependency and the Low Carbon Transition

Exnovation in Planning Practice, Policy and Governance