Title: PhD Position in Water Resources, Conflict and Climate Change in Peri-Urban Areas of South Asia, Wageningen University (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
Wageningen University (Wageningen, The Netherlands) is currently inviting applications for a ‘sandwich’ PhD candidate who is willing to do research in the framework of the interdisciplinary research programme Climate Policy, Conflicts and Cooperation in Peri-Urban South Asia: Towards Resilient and Water Secure Communities, funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
Field research will be done in the applicant’s home country (India/ Nepal/ Bangladesh).
The position will involve research at Wageningen University for approx. 18 months and the remaining time is for fieldwork. For a full description of the research programme and the PhD research, see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Jobs/Vacancies.htm, http://www.saciwaters.org/
Living allowance is provided for four years (no extension possible) on a full-time basis and will be € 1.190 per month for the periods spent in the Netherlands and € 595 for the remaining months.
MSc in social sciences, human geography, political sciences, policy sciences, or related fields from a recognized academic institution in one of the three countries mentioned above;
Excellent academic record as proven by MSc grades and thesis; publications will make the application strong;
Interest in land and water resources, resource conflicts, and / or climate change-
How to apply:
Sending an e-mail with full CV (including list of publications), letter of application, and motivation letter to Dr. Dik Roth, Wageningen UR (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Anjal Prakash, SaciWaterS (email@example.com) and www.saciwaters.org
Last date for the application: 1-2-2014
Reference: Wageningen University
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