2022 Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in the Global South at Leeds University in UK
The University of Leeds in UK is pleased to make open the application submission from suitably qualified international students who wish to pursue a PhD degree programme at the institution to apply for the 2022 Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in the Global South which is a fully funded scholarship through the study period.
The Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in partnership with the School of Geography at the University is currently seeking a PhD applicants to undertake a PhD scholarship linked to the UKRI-funded GENERATE project ‘Gender, Generation and Climate Change (GENERATE), Creative Approaches to Building Inclusive and Climate Resilient Cities in Uganda and Indonesia led by Dr. Katie McQuaid.
The University of Leeds is a public research university in Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK. The university was founded in 1874 and considered to be the 5th largest university in the UK that offers a wide range of degree courses with over 36,330 PhD students who are beneficiaries of the different scholarship awards set in place by the university to support students financially.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change
Host Institution(s): University of Leeds in UK
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Number of Awards: Not Specific
Study level: PhD
Eligibility for the 2022 Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in the Global South at Leeds University in UK:
- Applicants must be an international student.
- Applicants must have at least a first class or an upper second class British Bachelors Honors degree or its equivalent in related discipline.
- Applicants are advised to check with the relevant School before making an application.
- Applicants will have a Masters degree in Anthropology, Social Geography, Gender and/or Development Studies.
Method of Application for the 2022 Scholarship in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in the Global South at Leeds University in UK:
Interested applicants are required to submit their applications for research degree study online through the University’s website. Applicants should state clearly in the research information section that the research degree they wish to be considered for is a PhD in Geography mentioning the ‘PhD in Gender, Sexuality and Climate Change in the Global South’ in the application form as well as Dr. Katie McQuaid as their proposed supervisor.
Interested applicants should also submit a short research proposal not more than 500 words which outlines their idea for a doctoral research project, including: title, fieldwork location and rationale, key research question, aims and objectives, methodology, and originality and significance of the topic.
Application Deadline: August 31, 2022.