PhD Planning and Environmental Management / Overview
Year of entry: 2023
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- Degree awarded
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
- 3 years
- Entry requirements
- A First or Upper Second Class Bachelor's degree (or its international equivalent).
- A relevant master's degree, with Merit and a minimum average grade of 65% in both the taught course units and your dissertation (or international equivalent of 65%).
- How to apply
- Apply online
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- Become part of a large and long-established research community with an array of specialisms.
- Work alongside a diverse cohort of doctoral researchers from all over the world.
- Undertake research in a vibrant and nurturing environment, with regular talks and seminars.
The University holds regular open days, where you will have the opportunity to tour the campus and find out more about our facilities and programmes.
On this day, you will find out more about the School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED) and meet academic and admissions staff who will be able to answer any questions you have.
For more information, see Open days .
Fees for entry in 2023 have not yet been set. For reference, the fees for the academic year beginning September 2022 were as follows:
UK students (per annum): £6,000
International, including EU, students (per annum): £20,000
UK students (per annum): £3,000
International, including EU, students (per annum): £10,000
Further information for EU students can be found on our dedicated EU page.
Your fees will cover the cost of your study at the University, as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation (excluding graduation robe hire).
Payment of tuition fees will also entitle you to membership of The University of Manchester library, the Students' Union and the Athletic Union.
We receive financial resources from a range of sources to help you fund your research and have a variety of awards on offer, covering tuition fees and a generous stipend.
Within the University we offer many school and departmental studentships.
Many research students receive funding externally from places such as research councils, foundations, and international government funding bodies.
Planning and Environmental Management has many links to professional practice.
Therefore, case studentships are a popular form of funding involving partners from private, public and third sector.
Application deadlines for internal funding opportunities are often at the beginning of February for programmes starting the following September, and many external funders have earlier application deadlines.
If you're planning to apply for a scholarship or award that is not attached to a particular project, you'll normally need to hold an offer of a place before applying.
Search for current funding opportunities by country and research programme using our funding database search tool .
- School of Environment, Education and Development
- Contact name
- Christopher Kitchen
- +44(0)161 275 0807
See: The School .
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