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PhD in Atmosphere, oceans and climate University of Reading

UK

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Course info

Summary

An Introduction to the Department

The Department of Meteorology has a long and established track record of internationally renowned research, working with a wide variety of industrial and academic partners to achieve significant social and economic benefits.

We are part of the larger School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences, which includes several national research centres. We have an active community of 50+ PhD students.

As a Meteorology PhD student, you will work closely together with your supervisors. In addition, you will have a monitoring committee to provide support and follow your progress in 6-monthly meetings. You will have a very exciting range of opportunities to work with other researchers across Reading's Environment Theme and to take part in multi-disciplinary training activities that are organised by the department.

Careers

Our PhD students go on to work in academia as postdoctoral researchers, but also quickly find employment in public sector policy and research institutions, and industries impacted by changes in weather and climate such as weather forecasting, risk analysis, insurance and re-insurance, oil extraction and mining, and even sport organisations. Our training in mathematical and programming techniques and problem-solving skills also open opportunities in finance and IT.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study PhD in Atmosphere, oceans and climate.

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees

£17,320.00 (17,79,945) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution

From

20-Sep-21

Venue

University of Reading

Whiteknights House,

PO Box 217,

Reading,

Wokingham,

RG6 6AH, England

Entry requirement for international students

To be accepted to study for a PhD, applicants will normally need to have an undergraduate degree of at least an Upper Second-class/2.1 (or equivalent) and/or a master's degree, in a subject related to the proposed PhD topic. In some areas of the University (particularly in the arts, humanities, social sciences and business) applicants are normally only accepted if they have a master's level qualification. The majority of PhD programmes require a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 however, some areas require a score of 7.0 these are: Henley Business School (with the exception of Business Informatics and Systems Accounting which accepts 6.5), School of Arts and Communication Design, School of Humanities, School of Languages Literature and European Studies and Institute of Education.

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

Scholarships

Here are some scholarship that are available at University of Reading.

Meteorology Scholarship

Value of scholarship

Varies

Application details:

Scholarships are awarded in two rounds. Round one reviews applications received by 1 March and round two will consider applications received by 15 June. Candidates unsuccessful in round one automatically goes forward for consideration in round two, provided they still hold a valid offer of admission to an eligible course. Applications are now open.

Deadline:

15 June 2021

Eligibility requirements:

Scholarship guidelines: In order to apply, a candidate must have received an offer of admission to one our master’s courses. The scholarships take the form of a tuition fee reduction. Study may be on a full-time or part-time basis but flexible learning (modular) master’s courses are excluded. There are two types of scholarships – those for international students and those for UK/Republic of Ireland students, whose tuition fees are ordinarily lower. Tuition fees are confirmed when an offer of admission is made. Scholarships are awarded primarily based on previous academic accomplishment. The Schools featured are offering partial scholarships for students studying the courses listed in the 2021/22 academic year. 2 scholarships for international students and 2 scholarships for UK/Republic of Ireland students admitted to: MSc Applied Meteorology, MSc Applied Meteorology and Climate with Management, MSc Atmosphere, Oceans and Climate.

Who can apply:

All international

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