czwartek, 20 lipca 2017

10 PhD positions in Biology/Ecology at the Jagiellonian University


Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland invites applications for a new PhD Programme in Biology

The degree programme is carried out in English, within a full-time, four-year system. The Programme of studies covers courses representing various areas of biological sciences, includes training in modern methodology and mastering skills useful in a professional academic and non-academic career.

PhD students are recruited to the specific research topics offered by potential doctoral advisors. The list of topics is available on the Programme webpage: http://www.binoz.uj.edu.pl/studia/phd_biology/recruitment
Doctoral dissertations leading to a scientific Doctoral title in the discipline of Biology or Ecology are prepared under the supervision of the Faculty members, who may provide expertise in anthropology, ecosystem studies, biochemistry, biology of reproduction, biodiversity, evolutionary ecology, ecotoxicology, endocrinology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, mycology, neurobiology, oncology, taxonomy and management of natural resources. More detailed information is available on the webpages of the three Institutes:

Each student of the 2017/2018 cohort will be granted financial resources for 1-2 foreign internships and a conference, and will receive a net-scholarship 2000 PLN monthly for 4 years of study. Each year, the best 50% of students will be offered an additional 1500 PLN monthly doctoral scholarships. There are also possibilities of receiving additional scholarships offered within the research grants of the scientific advisors.

Candidates eligible to apply for the Programme are the holders of a higher education diploma (Master degree or its equivalent)* in the field of natural sciences. Candidate registration takes place from 16 August 2017 to 6 September 2017, entrance interviews will be carried out on 18 September 2017. 

*or be grantees of the “Diamentowy Grant” 

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