Wetsus, European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology, is looking for 14 excellent candidates who want to pursue a PhD in water science and technology.
Requirements: MSc degree in chemical engineering, environmental engineering, microbiology, molecular biology, (organic) chemistry, membrane technology, polymer chemistry, (applied) physics,
biotechnology, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied mathematics, soil physico-chemistry, soil biology or related disciplines.
The PhD students will work in an innovative, dynamic and future-directed institute on water technology research and in close collaboration with industrial partners.
More information about the available research projects, the recruitment procedure and how to apply can be found at www.phdpositionswetsus.eu
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 3 November 2017, 17:00 CET.
Why doing a PhD in The Netherlands?
A PhD in The Netherlands is a 4-year job, with an annual gross salary increasing from € 30,674 (in year 1) up to € 39,214 (year 4). The amount of paid holiday is 35 days/year.
Doing a PhD at Wetsus means:
- Close collaboration with industrial partners
- Applied research
- Outstanding research facilities
- Societal relevant topics in water technology
- Excellent employability after graduation.