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Thread: Looking for a PhD in Geophysics in Europe

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13-Dec-16, 15:34
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Thank you for your answer, TreeofLife, but I have already checked several universities in the UK: Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, East Anglia, Edinburgh, Imperial College, etc. I have already found many very interesting PhD offers there but most of them state that conditions and funding for non British students might change after Brexit, so I am quite concerned about this...

Thread: Looking for a PhD in Geophysics in Europe

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12-Dec-16, 23:46
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Hi,

I recently finished my MSc in Geophysics and I am looking for a PhD somewhere in Europe (preferably). I have spent a lot of time searching for positions at many universities and, so far, I have found a fair amount of very interesting projects... in the UK. However, I am quite concerned about applying and getting a position there, as many of the offers I have seen say EU students might end up being left with no funding after Brexit is made effective. Others say non British EU students can only get free tuition fees but no stipend.
I have tried finding something else in a different country, but I have found very little. Can any of you recommend a research group or a University that carries on research in seismology, volcanology, seismic hazards or something like that?

Thanks in advance!
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