In addition to PhD positions offered via vacancies, we encourage MSc students to continue writing scientific papers after graduation to complete a PhD thesis at their working place.
Check the frequently asked questions (FAQ) by PhD candidates (pdf, 121 kB) to get an idea of what a PhD position at the department of Environmental Sciences entails. More information on practical issues, such as housing and facilities, can be found at www.ru.nl/phd.
Several interesting organisations for PhD candidates are:
- PhD Organisation Nijmegen (PON), which helps you in finding your way in the load of information and supports and defends the interests of PhD candidates in Nijmegen.
- Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE), which is a joint venture of the environmental research institutes of 10 Dutch universities. Here you can find education and training in disciplinary and multidisciplinary environmental issues.
- International Office, which promotes mobility of outgoing PhDs and reimbursement of expenses for incoming PhDs. Click here for more information.
Last update: 18 April 2013