Two African SWIFT PhD Studentships available

There are two new exciting opportunities to join the African SWIFT research team as a full-time PhD student.  These fully funded studentships, based at the University of Leeds will focus on:

  • The Understanding and Prediction of High Impact Weather over West Africa
  • Bridging the gap between numerical forecast evaluation and value to decision makers in climate sensitive sectors

For more information and how to apply.

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