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SAGES Studentships

SAGES Studentships

All SAGES studentships are completed.

Studentships external to SAGES

As part of a large network of organisations SAGES often receives information about studentships available both in Scotland and abroad which may be of interest to SAGES members. If you are interested in any of the studentships below please go to the respective weblink for more information.



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IAPETUS/NERC PhD Studentships

Universities of Glasgow & Stirling

Reference - IAP/13/84

The following PhD studentships are available at the Universities of Glasgow & Stirling, 'Quantifying the impact of beach grooming on coastline biodiversity and beach and dune geomorphology'.

Please refer to the IAPETUS PhD document for more details.

To apply please visit the IAPETUS website.

Application deadline: 10 February 2014


Blue Build & Biosecurity PhD opportunity

University of Edinburgh & SAMS

The following PhD studentship is available at the University of Edinburgh & SAMS, "Blue Build & Biosecurity - Incorporating ecological science into marine infrastructure to minimise colonisation by invasive species". Under the supervision of Meriwether Wilson at Edinburgh and Elizabeth Cook at SAMS

Please refer to the PhD description document for more details.

To apply please visit the University of Edinburgh website.


3 month placements - MASTS/NMIT.

Aquaculture Unit

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

Dr Mark James (MASTS Operations Director) has recently returned from a trip to New Zealand. As part of this trip he visited the Aquaculture Unit at the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. This is principally a technical college with an established aquaculture diploma programme and resources that allow for research into current aquaculture processes and systems, particularly in mussels, salmon and oysters. Check out NMIT's link.

NMIT are keen to link with MASTS and would welcome individuals on 3 month placements (between June and September). During this placement, you would gain teaching experience and have the chance to use some of the research facilities for your own work. MASTS would be able to offer 1k towards the cost of your travel, and we would hope for a similar in kind commitment from NMIT (this is to be discussed on a case by case basis).

This opportunity would suit later-stage postgraduate students or early career post-docs and lecturers. If you are interested in exploring this possibility further, please email a copy of your CV to MASTS together with an outline of your teaching/research experience and a short summary of how you would like to spend your three months in NMIT. If you would like to discuss this opportunity informally, please contact Dr Mark James on 01334 467312.


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3yr PhD studentship - Cultural evolution of humpback whale song using agent-based models.

Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU)

University of St Andrews

A 3yr PhD studentship (fully funded for UK/EU students, overseas fee waivers possible for exceptional non-EU candidates) is available at the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), University of St Andrews, starting April 2014. The aim of the PhD project will be to study the cultural evolution of humpback whale song using agent-based models developed in conjunction with another PhD student being recruited at ICCMR.

Students will work under the supervision of Dr. Luke Rendell at the University of St Andrews.

Interested candidates should apply through the St Andrews website

Closing date: 31 January 2014.


3yr PhD studentship - marine mammal habitat use along the East coast of Scotland using passive acoustic monitoring

Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU)

University of St Andrews

A 3yr PhD studentship (fully funded for UK/EU students) is available at the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), University of St Andrews, to work on a collaborative project with Marine Scotland Science (MSS) looking at marine mammal habitat use along the east coast of Scotland using passive acoustic monitoring.

Please refer to the Studentship outline document and the Marine Scotland topic sheet for further details.

Closing date: 31 December 2013.