Fully-funded PhD opportunities to join the Solar and Space Physics research group at Northumbria University for a 1st October 2023 start

We have 5 fully-funded PhD studentships available for entry in October 2023. These PhD studentships are for 3.5-years, include full fees, a living allowance (this was £17,668 for 2022/23 full time study) and additional funding to cover research costs and international travel such as conferences.

The closing date for applications is Monday 15th May 2023. Full details can be found here = www.northumbria.ac.uk/STFCphd

We are a successful research group pursuing high-international-priority research across the broad remit of Solar and Space Physics. The Group demonstrates international leadership across theory, numerical modelling, observations of solar and space plasma, data intensive science, and space-related hardware.

You will join a strong and supportive research team. The very best way to get a taste of this is to come and visit the research group in person, and we have funding to support all UK National applicants who wish to visit the research group (see www.northumbria.ac.uk/STFCphd for details).

We value individual differences and diversity and the improved science and scholarship that brings. We therefore encourage applications from under-represented groups and requests for flexible study are welcomed. We offer all applicants full guidance on the application process. For informal enquiries, please email Professor James McLaughlin (james.a.mclaughlin@northumbria.ac.uk).