The 3 year doctoral studentship (funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council - EPRSC) will provide a maintenance grant and cover all approved tuition fees.
Eligibility & How to Apply:
Applications from potential International students who have a 2.1 or above Bachelors Degree in any Built Environment discipline are invited.
The prospective student should have the ability to work independently as well as a member of a team and possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Further, the research will involve frequent travel between Manchester and London (case study site) and the candidate should be willing to undertake frequent extensive travel to attend project meetings and for data collection (all travel costs will be reimbursed).
It is desirable that the candidate have:
(i) Relevant industrial experience;
(ii) Previous experience / research in any of the areas of disaster management, extreme weather events, SME development.
Applications should be made in the form of a detailed CV (with a minimum of 2 references) and covering letter and sent to:
Dr. Bingu Ingirige,
Lecturer, School of the Built Environment,
University of Salford, Maxwell Building, Salford M5 4WT
Deadline: 25 January