The Institute of Marine Research (IIM-CSIC) offers 6 Master thesis project grants to promote research in marine sciences by students already enrolled in a Masters programme at any European University.
The scholarship will last for 6 months, with a monthly payment of 800€, to develop your Master Thesis Project with us, ideally between January and June 2021.
Why the IIM?
The IIM-CSIC is a very competitive host institution, one of the top marine research institutions in Spain and part of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC), the main research organisation in the country, third in Europe & seventh worldwide.
The Institute offers a lively and diverse research environment, widening its collaborative networks & increasing its impact on society with our own transversal services of Internacionalization and Public Engagement.
During your stay with us, we offer a range of short training courses & regular seminars to help you develop your career. Learn about Codes of Good Scientific Practice, Data Management and Open Science and Public Outreach & Media Communication. All fellows are required to give a seminar about their thesis results.
Come work with us and learn how your research can impact society!
Six projects for an outstanding thesis
The IIM-CSIC, as a marine research institution devoted to the development of knowledge for sustainable development, performs a multidisciplinary research responding to global challenges and to local concerns; enabling an integral and global understanding of marine ecosystems.
Regarding the JAE Intro ICUs 2020 Call, the following thesis projects are available. Applicants are envited to contact the PIs for further information :
How to apply?
If you are interested in applying with us, send a single PDF document with a cover letter (max. 1 page) and a CV (max. 4 pages) including:
- a full description of your academic & work experience,
- elementary personal data (name, date & place of birth, citizenship, etc),
- language proficiency levels,
- and your GPA in the units used by your institution, over all courses excluding the thesis grade for each diploma that you have earned or are currently studying towards. In addition, the GPA must be converted onto a 0 to 10.00 scale.
The document must be submitted to Fran Saborido-Rey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidates can apply from the 1st September until the 30th October 2020 (UTC +1)