Course starts:August/September 2017
Deadline: 02 April 2017
Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and the Department of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric) at the Faculty of Landscape and Society invites applications for a doctoral fellowship in International Environment and Development Studies (Environmental Justice).
The selected candidate is expected to start the doctoral studies in August/September 2017
- Applicant must hold research-based master’s degree with a GPA of B or better in a relevant field
- Applicant must possess proficiency in English
- Applicant with Research and/or working experience in developing countries will be considered an additional desirable qualification.
- Applicant must demonstrate Interdisciplinary background; training in environmental governance, environmental sciences, ecological economics, or environmental law.
Duration: 3 or 4 years, depending on duty work for the department.
Salary: The salary starts at level 50 (NOK 435 100 per annum) and follows ordinary meriting regulations. There are additional fundings available for running expenses for the PhD studies.
Applications must include:
- Letter of intent
- Draft research proposal (max. 4000 words)
- Applicant’s complete CV
- Certified copies of relevant transcripts
- Names and contact details for 2 references.
- The topic of the proposal should fall within International Environment and Development Studies, concentrating on the thematic foci mentioned above.
- The shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview as a part of the evaluation.
- Applicants invited for an interview are expected to present original diplomas and certificates.
- Apply online
|Organization||Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)|
|Subject areas||Environmental science|
|Fellowship amount||As per norms|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||02 April 2017|