Do you want to apply your geological or geophysical knowledge to help utilise the subsurface to deliver net zero targets?
Do you want to drive your own research project and get in-depth research experience?
Then this degree is for you!
Different to a taught Masters degree, this degree gives you the opportunity to perform your own research independently within one year full time, (or two years part time). At the end of your Masters by Research you will have to present a thesis, so it is the perfect spring board for a PhD programme.
This is a demanding degree and the entry requirement is a UK undergraduate honours degree 2.1 (or equivalent) or higher. It is important that applicants possess the research skills needed at the outset of the degree. At the time of formal application, the student has to have a research project description and a supervisory team in place. The Masters by Research can commence at any time of the year.
If you are interested in this type of degree, please identify a research area of interest, and/or review the project ideas listed below, and approach the academic lead named on the project idea or contact us to outline your own project idea. We can help to find a suitable supervisor for you.
The bursary will cover the fees only for one year (or two years as a part time student). Please note, the bursary will not cover any living expenses and require a start date before the end of October 2023
1. Eligibility to apply
a) Applicants must have submitted a complete study application for an eligible School of Earth and Environment Masters by Research degree, and their study is required to start before the end of October 2023. The study application needs to include a copy of your transcript (or marks to date); a CV which shows your A Level results and any relevant work experience including internships; and a supporting statement.
b) Applicants should hold, or should expect to achieve, a good UK upper second class Bachelor degree or better
c) Funding would not normally be awarded to an applicant obtaining, or predicted to obtain, less than 65% (or equivalent) in their undergraduate degree unless there are significant additional factors such as extensive relevant work experience.
d) Applicants must be a UK citizen.
2. Value of the funding
The value of the funding will cover the fees only for one year (or two years as a part time student). Please note, the bursaries will not cover any living expenses.
3. Application process
To apply for funding, applicants must submit a completed scholarship funding application form by 5pm (BST) on Sunday 30th April 2023.
An automated response will confirm receipt of your funding application. No further correspondence will be sent, until the internal panel meets to review the shortlisted applicants.
4. Terms and conditions
Geosolutions Leeds reserves the right not to make a funding award; the funding recipients will be expected to support the future development and promotion of the funding and Geosolutions Leeds, by participating in marketing activities.