PhD Scholarships in Climate & Society

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Four full interdisciplinary PhD Scholarships in Climate & Society topics  are on offer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science at Dublin City University (DCU)

PhD Scholarships in Climate & Society

The scholarships on offer have specific themes dedicated to Climate and Society. Each multidisciplinary scholarship will be shared across two Schools as follows:

The School of English and the School of Applied Language & Intercultural Studies

  • Topic: ‘A glitch in geological time’ – an examination of the nature-culture dichotomy in multicultural and multimodal texts for children and young adults.

The School of Theology, Philosophy and Music & and the School of Law and Government

  • Topic: The Ethics of Carbon Pricing

The School of History and Geography & The School of Communications

  • Topic: Climate change after COVID-19: Challenges and opportunities to transform the Irish transport sector

The School of Theology, Philosophy and Music & The School of Communications

  • Topic: Nudging Society to Avoid Climate Catastrophe: Context Design, Environmental Communication and Environmental Ethics

Full fees and an annual stipend of €16,500 is on offer for four years in total, commencing in September 2021.

Qualifications and eligibility

Candidates are expected to have first class or upper second-class honours (or equivalent) degree, from an approved University or an approved equivalent degree-awarding body. For full details on entry requirements see: www.dcu.ie/registry/postgraduate-research-welcome-registry#Entry

Non-native speakers of English will be required to provide evidence of their English language competency as part of their application. If your application is successful you will require a formal English qualification for visa purposes, where applicable. Full details on the English language requirements can be found on our International Office web pages.

The closing date for applications is: 5 pm (UTC +1) on May 17th

How to apply? For more details on each scholarship and on how to apply, visit our Doctoral Studies Hub and click on the PhD Scholarships Tab.


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Gemma Creagh

Maynooth University John & Pat Hume Doctoral Awards
Sustainability Scholarship


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