The College of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate School are delighted to announce four studentships on offer to be awarded across 4 topic areas in the fields of energy, regulation and environmental law to commence in academic year 2014-15. Each studentship will address a different aspect of the legal and regulatory challenges to offshore energy development, including hydrocarbon and renewable energy development. Key topic areas include: (1) innovation, marine planning and regulatory intersections in renewable energy delivery; (2) European species protection and renewable energy development; (3) contested waters and energy development; and (4) health, safety and environmental challenges to offshore energy development.
Each award consists of a full fee waiver (three years of full-time PhD study at the Home/EU or Overseas student rate as appropriate) and an annual maintenance stipend of £3,600 for three years of full-time study.
The closing date for applications is Friday 7th March 2014.
For more information please visit the Funding Database.
Any queries, please contact Ms Anne-Michelle Slater, Head of School of Law.