The European Network for Political Ecology (ENTITLE) offers 11 generously-funded three-year PhD scholarships available to candidates from anywhere in the world. As part of the ENTITLE training program the selected researchers will follow a set of local graduate courses and a series of network-wide training courses and summer schools.
In preparation for the University's 50th anniversary in 2015, University of Kent, United Kingdom has established an additional 100 doctoral scholarships to be awarded annually from 2012. Successful candidates will demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding research potential. Scholarships will be offered at the standard UK Research Councils' rate.
The International Research Training Group (IGDK 1754) invites applications for 10 Doctoral positions (75% TV-L 13) in Munich and 5 Doctoral positions (75%) in Graz for research projects concerned with numerical methods and optimization algorithms in the context of partial differential equations.
A PhD vacancy is available in the Mechanics of Materials and Structures research group at Ghent University, Belgium The position is a 4-years full-time job with the main activity on numerical research on blast effect on laminated glass.
King's Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Centre (KISS-DTC) is awarding a number of ESRC-funded postgraduate research studentships to support doctoral research and training in the social sciences at King's.
The University of Manchester is offering a range of awards for PhD research in September 2012 to which candidates working on topics in Linguistics and English Language are eligible to apply.
The three main awards, Which comprise a fee-bursary and a maintenance grant, are ESRC studentships in Linguistics, an AHRC studentship in Linguistics or English Language, and the University-funded President's Doctoral Scholar Awards. In addition, the School Of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures will offer a number of PhD fee bursaries.
McLean Endowment supports outstanding basic research at the University of Toronto and provides extraordinary support to an outstanding researcher relatively early in his or her career by assisting the awardee to attract and support graduate students and post-doctoral fellows of great promise as part of his/her research team.
The award recipient will be known as the McLean Senior Fellow. Students and post-doctoral fellows receiving support from the Award will be known as McLean Graduate Fellows and McLean Post-doctoral Fellows, respectively.