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Cambridge Earth System Science NERC DTP

Graduate Research Opportunities

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Earth Sciences

http://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/

APPLYING TO EARTH SCIENCES

The Course Description is "PhD in Earth Sciences"; entering the word Earth in the Course Directory Search should bring this up. 

When prompted in the research section of the on-line application, please make sure that you enter the code and title of the project which you are applying for, as well as the name of the proposed supervisor.

If you wish to devise your own research project you should also submit a short research proposal which you should already have discussed with one of our staff members.

Click here to start the application process.

Other details about postgraduate training in Earth Sciences are on the department website.

Earth Sciences at Cambridge is the leading Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences department in the UK (2008 RAE score 3.3) and consistently ranks in the top 5 globally.

It provides a diverse research environment with critical mass across a wide range of geological science research areas. These include major research groups in geophysics, petrology and volcanology, palaeoclimate science, palaeobiology and mineral sciences with much of the research crossing the boundaries between these disciplines. The Department has a particularly strong reputation for quantitative research, reflected by the establishment and hosting of the cross-departmental BP Institute (multi-phase flow) and collaborations/co-appointments with the departments of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, Physics, and Materials Science and Metallurgy. Earth Sciences plays a central role in cross-departmental research including climate-change (Cambridge Centre for Climate Science), CCS research (Cambridge Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage, C4S) and environmental materials and minerals sciences research.