PhDs: Co-producing urban sustainability transformations at WITS-TUB Urban Lab

The Wits-TUB Urban Lab offers a PhD programme based on six fully funded PhD scholarships, three for South African and three for Sub-Saharan students for study at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, starting in July 2017, in collaboration with Technical University Berlin.

Applications open: MSc and DPhil in sustainable urban development

The Urban Studies programme offers part-time master’s and doctoral courses for practitioners and researchers engaged in cities and urban issues.

New Zealand Development Scholarships for Postgraduate Study in New Zealand

Call for applications for full time postgraduate studies at universities in New Zealand commencing 2017.

Call for applications: Westminster International programme

Funding available for full-time study of a Masters’ degree at the University of Westminster.

African Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship programme

A scholarship for Senegalese and South African graduates to pursue a master’s programme in public administration, public policy or public finance at a Canadian university.

PhD Scholarship: Technologies of Sustainability

The Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies in conjunction with the Centre for Sustainable Working Life at Birkbeck, University of London invites applications for a doctoral scholarship on the theme of Technologies of Sustainability, broadly defined.

PhD Scholarship at the Development Planning Unit, University College London

The Bartlett Development Planning Unit is offering the fully-funded Scholarship for doctoral studies on questions related to the Unit’s work.

In 2014 the DPU celebrated 60 years of education, training, research, consultancy and knowledge sharing in urban and regional development policy and planning in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

2015 TreccAfrica masters and doctoral scholarships for Africans

Fully funded scholarships through TRECCAfrica for Africans to study resource efficiency and climate change adaptation in Africa.