Become part of new generation of young scientists to solve sustainability challenges in land use – the call is open now!

  • Would you like to be trained in the telecouplings framework and be on the forefront of understanding processes and actors that influence land use in an increasingly interconnected world?
  • Would you like to become an expert in trans- and interdisciplinary concepts and methodologies?
  • Are you in the first four years of your research career, or will you graduate soon?
  • Are you interested in moving between science and practice in order to qualify for successful careers in research, consulting, industry or governance?

Apply for a position in our research network on “COUPLED – Operationalising telecouplings for sustainability challenges related to land use”, and become an expert in telecouplings research.

Supported and co-funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN Programme, the COUPLED network offers 15 high level fellowships. The students will be selected for a 3-year advanced multidisciplinary research training, preferably starting in July 2017 or earlier.

The call for applications has opened on XX October 2017. We might also consider applications submitted after the deadline. Please check the overview of positions for current availability.

To submit your application, please fill in the requested data in the online application form (link), upload your application file and submit your application. Please download and carefully read the Guide for Applicants (link to pdf) and the ITN Programme’s information note (link to pdf) for all specific information on the application and selection procedure.

On this website you can learn more about our research programme (link), the available positions (link), the participating host organisations and supervisors (link).