Unless you are planning to submit your own project, you should select a project topic within which to develop your research. Applicants should limit their application to one research project and demonstrate how they would make the project their own in addition to evidencing their fit with the student specification and skillset which will vary with each project. All successful candidates will work with an external organisation which will provide mentorship. This organisation will be detailed on the proposed projects or agreed between the supervisory team and student for the open competition award-holder.
Our suggested projects for 2022 are:
- Digital IDs and the promise of inclusion in cities: Examining the human rights obligations of States
- Health, climate change and innovation- Supporting the sustainability transition in the health care sector
- Nationalism and the state in the era of climate change
- Towards 'Care-ful' Sustainability: New Analytical Lenses to Human-Environment Interactions