The Food Transitions 2050 welcomes highly motivated Ph.D. candidates who want to conduct their Ph.D. studies in New Zealand to apply for the Ph.D. Positions in Food and Future Landscapes. The application period for the academic year 2022-2023 is now open.
The Ph.D. scholarship is open to all domestic and international students residing in New Zealand at the time of application to a Ph.D. program at a New Zealand university or college of their choice. The chosen candidates will be charged a tuition fee as well as a yearly stipend.
The Joint Postgraduate School Food Transitions 2050 is a new collaborative initiative between the University of Canterbury (UC), Lincoln University (LU), Plant & Food Research, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, and AgResearch, all of which are located in the Canterbury region.
Food Sustainability 2050 is the focus of Food Transitions 2050. The primary goal of the school is to assist in the transition to more future-focused, sustainable food systems and preparation by the year 2050. The goal is to make the Ph.D. student experience as consistent as possible across the School, and efforts are being made to further align the two universities’ Ph.D. requirements.
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Scholarship Course Level: Ph.D.
Deadline: 5th November 2021 or 31st January 2022
Eligibility of PhD Positions in Food and Future Landscapes New Zealand
- Eligible Countries: Students who are New Zealand citizens or residents, or who are already residing in New Zealand, are eligible to apply for the position.
- Eligible Courses or Subjects: Students may pursue a Ph.D. program in microbiology, entomology, chemical ecology, or molecular ecology at any NZ university or college.
- Criteria for Eligibility: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the following/given criteria:
- Applicants must live in the Canterbury region for the duration of their studies.
- Applicants must submit their applications by the deadline.
- Applicants may apply until the 31st of January 2022 if the position has not been filled by the first deadline, which is the 5th of November 2021.
How To Apply for PhD Positions in Food and Future Landscapes New Zealand
- Applicants can go to the website of their preferred university or college and follow the application process. The applicants can then apply for Ph.D. positions by clicking on the ‘Apply Now button for the position they want to apply for.
- Students must submit academic transcripts, proof of citizenship, a curriculum vitae, and other common supporting documents as required by the university.
- Students must meet the university’s entry requirements for a doctoral program and have an M.Sc. or equivalent degree in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, or a related field.
- Students must submit proof that they meet the English language requirements of the university they wish to attend.
Applicants who win this scholarship will receive tuition assistance as well as a tax-free living stipend of $28,000 NZD per year.