Studentship opportunities

Discover PhD studentship opportunities as part of our Graduate Centre for International Agriculture scheme, in partnership with Rothamsted Research.

Graduate Centre for International Agriculture

We are working in partnership with Rothamsted Research to build research capacity in the Global South. The Graduate Centre for International Agriculture supports doctoral training in agriculture and biosciences, and, in partnership with Rothamsted International, provides a fellowship scheme for early career researchers.


We would like to invite applications for the projects listed below. Applications remain open until 31 December, 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the earliest that these studentships will start is 1 July 2021.

Each studentship will receive a stipend (benchmarked to UK BBSRC stipend rates, approximately £15,000 per year), tuition fees paid and an annual consumables budget of £5,000. Please send any questions to the lead supervisor for each project. To be considered, please submit a CV and covering letter to the lead supervisor of the project. 



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