UCD Dublin is recruiting for two PhD students to collaborate on a NexSys project on travel behaviour and policy acceptance in Ireland, which is fully financed.
Applications are now being accepted for the academic year 2022-2023. This UCD grant is available to students interested in pursuing a PhD degree in Ireland, with a focus on travel behaviour and policy acceptance at UCD Dublin. Selected candidates will be offered the position for up to four years of study, with a tuition cost covering an annual stipend. To be considered, applicants must hold an MSc in a related discipline.
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UCD Dublin Scholarship Description
- University or Organization: University College Dublin (UCD Dublin)
- Department: NA
- Course Level: PhD
- Award: €18,500
- Number of Awards: 2
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: Domestic and International
- The award can be taken in Ireland.
- Deadline: Applications received later than 31st May 2022, 5 pm (Standard Irish Time) will not be considered.
Eligibility For UCD Dublin Scholarship
- Eligible Countries: Students from all domestic regions and international countries are eligible to apply.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Students can apply for the PhD focusing on travel behavior change or PhD with a focus on transport policy acceptance at UCD Dublin.
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
- The applicants must have a background in a relevant area, such as psychology, marketing, behavioral economics, or environmental policy, or background in behavioral/ transport economics, behavioral public policy, psychology, environmental policy, or cognate areas.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: The applicants must submit their admission applications on the official online portal of the university. Students can apply for the PhD position by emailing the relevant supervisors.
- For PhD 1, email email@example.com and use “PhD 1 with a focus on travel behavior change” as the subject of the email.
- For PhD 2, email firstname.lastname@example.org and use “PhD 2 with a focus on transport policy acceptance” as the email’s subject.
- Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- A cover letter
- A current CV
- Maximum three examples of work demonstrating prior achievement in research, inquiry, or debate
- Details of a maximum of 2 referees (names, contact details) who can provide information about the candidate’s qualifications
- Diploma and Transcripts of records (e.g., BSocSc/BA and MSocSc/MA)
- Admission Requirements: The applicants must have an MSc degree in a relevant area with at least an IE 2:1 honors degree (or its international equivalent).
- Language Requirement: The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- IELTS – 6.5
UCD Dublin will provide the candidates selected for the PhD positions with the PhD tuition fees and a tax-free yearly stipend (€18,500 per annum) for four years, along with funding for travel to an annual conference and a PC/laptop.