PhD Scholarship: Water for Change
Number of Vacancies : 02
Eligibility : The successful applicant will have an excellent academic track record, a completed Masters in Planning, and demonstrated academic or professional experience in urban water systems, water and sanitation issues, intersectoral issues in urban water systems. An affinity with sustainability transitions, the concepts of urban water systems and transdisciplinary research. Ideally, the candidate has first-hand experiences with theories of urban water governance and urban water systems in planning context. The project requires frequent traveling to Indian case study cities. The candidate should be proficient in English willing to collaborate and travel. Apart from the research for the project, the candidate must complete the regular requirements as a PhD candidates at CEPT University. The position is open to professionals having experience in relevant field for no less than 18 months and no more than 5 years.
Stipend : A cumulative stipend of Rs 35,000/- per month during the coursework (first 2 years of the program) and Rs 40,000/- per month for the research work phase (maximum next 3 years) would be given to the selected candidates against successful completion of assigned work plan.
Note: Selected candidates are expected to join the doctoral program under this scholarship no later than first week of January 2020
How To Apply For PhD Scholarship: Water for Change
The interested candidates must apply for admission in the program through the online portal of CEPT University. Additionally, submit a Statement of Purpose addressing the following questions (by email on firstname.lastname@example.org)
Last date of receiving applications: 15th December 2019.
About CEPT University
CEPT University focuses on understanding, designing, planning, constructing and managing human habitats. Its teaching programs build thoughtful professionals and its research programs deepen understanding of human settlements. CEPT University also undertakes advisory projects to further the goal of making habitats more livable.