Campus France PhD Fellowship at the Institute for Earth Sciences in Experimental Geochemistry, 2017

Posted: May 29, 2017 in Europe, Fellowship, France, Jul-Sept Deadline, PhD
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Campus France is welcoming French applicants for the PhD Fellowship for the academic session of 2017. The fellowship is available to conduct research at Institute for Earth Sciences in the experimental geochemistry of Grenoble Alpes University.

The fellowship aims at exploring fluid-rock alteration processes thought to occur in the subsurface of icy planetary moons, using both experimental and modelling approaches.

Grenoble Alpes University is a public university in Grenoble, France. It is the third largest university in France with about 45,000 students and over 3,000 researchers.

Course Level: Fellowship is available to pursue PhD programme.

Study Subject: TFellowship is awarded in Geochemistry, Chemical Physics, and Planetary Science.

Scholarship Award: The fellowship will cover € 1 500 Net/month.

Numbers of Scholarships: Not known

Scholarship can be taken in France

Eligibility: Applicants must meet the following area for the fellowship:

  • The applicant should have a Masters degree in geology, chemistry or physics by July 2018.
  • Applicants must be a highly motivated student with a general interest in planetary science, geochemistry and hydrothermal processes, and also possessing solid experience in experimental laboratory and analytical work.
  • The candidate should also have a strong background in both organic and inorganic chemistry, as well as thermodynamics. Knowledge of French is not mandatory, but the candidate must be fluent in English.

Nationality: French applicants are eligible for this fellowship.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have a Masters degree.

Research Scholarship

How to Apply: Applicants can apply through the online processor.

Online application

Application Deadline: The application deadline is July 14, 2017.

 Scholarship Link

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