Norwich Research Park’s science partners provide a great opportunity for PhD students to work in a dynamic and exciting research environment. Students can take advantage of the state-of-the art facilities across the Park – which is unique in bringing together the resources of five world-class research institutions on a single site. A wide selection of funded PhD studentships are available annually across the Park.
The BBSRC funded Norwich Research Park Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme advertises over 60 Life Science related PhD studentship projects each October (www.biodtp.norwichresearchpark.ac.uk). The NERC funded ENVEast DTP offers PhD studentships in Environmental Sciences (www.enveast.ac.uk/) based at UEA.
Outside of the DTP programmes there are many other research studentship opportunities across the Park. Click on the partner for information:
Norwich Research Park’s Bioscience Institutes and the University of East Anglia support outstanding individuals in their applications for Independent Research Fellowships from funding bodies such as BBSRC, NERC, Marie Sklodowska-Curie, ERC, and Leverhulme Trust. In particular the NRP Research Alliance Directors invite candidates with excellent research track records to apply for their support in developing their applications. The Research Alliance Directors can assist in identifying senior scientists on the Park who will help with planning and drafting of the Fellowship proposal.
There are excellent opportunities for research leaders across the Park either as project leaders in one of the four Bioscience Institutes or faculty members at UEA. The Park has a vibrant research environment and provides scientists with excellent prospects for collaboration with experts in a wide range of disciplines. Research leaders can access up-to-date, professionally managed research facilities and equipment across the science partners on the Park.
Similarly there are openings across the Park for those at the earlier stages of their research careers seeking post-doctoral research contracts. Current opportunities available at the Park’s science partners can be found via the links below: