Supervision is available for research across all discipline areas in the School of Ocean Sciences. The Ocean Sciences (PhD/MPhil) is offered at Bangor University.
The Ocean Sciences (PhD/MPhil) is offered at Bangor University.
Ocean Sciences with specialisations in the following (please click on the links for more information about these Research Groups):
Shelf Sea and Coastal Processes
Biogeochemistry and Palaeoceanography
Marine Ecosystems: Conservation and Resource Management
PhD: 3 years full-time; MPhil: 2 years full-time
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
If you are a European or International student this research programme is one of those which allows you to develop a research project proposal as an initial and integral part of a Combined English / Study Skills and Research Course at the University before starting the PhD/MPhil degree.
European and International candidates who have already reached the required level of English can apply for entry onto the project of their choice by presenting a relevant research proposal when applying for admission.
Alternatively you may also consider developing your own research proposal based on the research specialisms within the school.
The opportunities which are currently available are outlined below.
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An upper second class honours degree (or equivalent from a non-UK institution) in natural science is required.
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