I received a notice from the Hutton Institute who are offering two fully funded PhD studentships for international students in 2012. Topics include: plant genetics, plant pathogens, land use, socio-economics, soils and biodiversity.
Closing date for applications is 13 February 2012.
“The James Hutton Institute recognises and values the expertise, talent and knowledge international students can bring to our research community and the important contribution they make to the development of our scientific excellence and are offering two fully funded PhD studentships to international students for 2012.
PhD opportunities are offered from all our science groups and cover many aspects of our work including plant genetics, plant pathogens, land use, socio-economics, soils and biodiversity. The James Hutton Institute’s International PhD Studentship programme is highly competitive and attracts international students of the highest calibre.”