Collaborative Doctoral Award Studentships - Applications Open for 2019 Cohort
Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDAs) are doctoral studentship projects which are developed as a collaboration between a university and an organisation outside higher education. The scheme is an equivalent to the AHRC’s previous Collaborative Doctoral Awards scheme which the AHRC now wishes to be supported through Doctoral Training Partnerships such as TECHNE.
Please follow the link on each of projects below to find out more details about the studentship and how to apply.
Ethnobotanical artefacts of the Northwest Amazon: An artistic investigation of Richard Spruce’s historic collections and their contemporary source communities - University of Brighton and Kew - application information will be added soon.
The National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF) doctoral studentships were first offered through the UK Research Councils in 2017. TECHNE was awarded 13 studentships commencing in September 2017, and has applied for four more studentships in the area of artificial intelligence for September 2018. For details of current TECHNE NPIF students please click here.
There are currently no NPIF studentships open for applications.