Our research group works on hydro-climatological extremes and the processes driving flood nonstationarity, fluvial geomorphology, and water resources in a changing climate. If you are interested in undertaking research with us, please do send me an email with your CV and brief proposal idea including citations (louise.slater[at]ouce.ox.ac.uk).
PhD (DPhil) funding:
Funding options include:
- Environmental research DTP (the Oxford Doctoral Training Programme) [Deadline: Friday 6 January 2023; please check upcoming open day on 30th November]
- Clarendon Scholarship [Deadline: Friday 20 January 2023]
- Oxford – Christopher Ainsley Graduate Scholarship in Geography and the Environment [Deadline: Friday 20 January 2023]
- The Bradley Wilson Scholarship in Geography and the Environment [Deadline: Friday 20 January 2023]
- Search for scholarships in Oxford (large number available depending on country of origin and course)
- External scholarships (list of fellowships managed by organisations external to Oxford)
- China Scholarship council studentships at the University of Oxford (link needs updating)
- European exchanges and study bursaries (link needs updating)
- Commonwealth split-site scholarship for low and middle income countries: these DFID awards support 12 months study at a UK university as part of an applicant’s doctoral studies in their home country.
i. Funded positions in our group:
- All new vacancies are posted on the School of Geography website.
- I also tweet about new vacancies on Twitter.
- University of Oxford ‘Junior Research Fellowships’ (search on college websites)
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships
- Newton International Fellowships
- EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowships
- Royal Society University Research Fellowships
- EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowships
- Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships