PhD opportunity on soil carbon monitoring at Curtin University, Perth, Australia
There is a PhD opportunity at Curtin University – Innovative new methods for soil organic carbon assessment and monitoring. The PhD stipend is valued at $27,596 p.a. for a maximum of 3 years with a possible extension for an additional 6 months. For a successful international student, PhD tuition fees offsets will apply. The scholarship is a full-time enrolment.
For more information on eligibility please see attached, visit here: https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=3832 or contact Prof. Raphael Viscarra Rossel (+61 467 769 364, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interested people should email their applications, including the following, to email@example.com:
Degree and transcripts of their academic record,
A personal statement that demonstrates the required skills and experience as per the eligibility criteria 2–6.
Curriculum vitae and publications,
Two academic references.