The University of Hull’s Energy and Environment Institute (EEI) invites you to their webinar on funded postgraduate research opportunities. Find out more about scholarships at the Aura CDT in Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment Webinar (10 March).
The EEI is looking to equip people with a passion for the environment with the necessary skills, knowledge and training to become future leaders. The Aura CDT welcomes applicants with backgrounds in a wide range of STEM subjects. This is a fully-funded scholarship, with fees and stipend set at UKRI approved rates.
Undertaking postgraduate research at a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) brings you the benefit of joining a cohort of like-minded students as well as an innovative programme of training, drawing on the expertise of the academic and external partners. Join the webinar to find out how these qualities could help improve your employability or kick-start a research career.
The offshore wind sector is a fast-growing industry with 30,000 new jobs needed by 2030 to help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets. The Aura CDT drives sustainable growth through research tackling the environmental and engineering challenges facing the sector and provides a programme of industry-led training and networking to help you launch your career.
Join our webinar to hear from course lecturers, current students & researchers as well as employers. The webinars will close with a Q&A giving attendees the opportunity to delve deeper into issues of particular interest.
Webinar for the Aura CDT 6.00-7.00pm Wednesday 10 March
If you have any questions about the webinars, Centres or the work of the Energy and Environment Institute please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The EEI is running the above webinar as part of a series, you may also be interested in the following webinars on postgraduate taught programmes:
Mon 8 March – MSc Flood Risk Management
Tues 9 March – MSc Renewable Energy and MSc Environmental Change, Management & Monitoring
Thurs 11 March – Webinar for the Leverhulme Centre for Water Cultures