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Deadline: 31 March 2011

TERI University, New Delhi, invites applications for HSBC Climate Scholarships 2011 on the following topics:

  • Climate Change Adaptation and Adaptation Financing
  • Low Carbon Growth

These would be fulltime doctoral positions for a period of 60 months (subject to a review by the Student Research Committee every semester), including time to successfully complete the requisite pre-Ph D course-work, qualifying examinations and preparation of the research proposal. Two scholarships will be granted in 2011.

HSBC as part of its climate change initiatives has announced these Climate Scholarships in association with TERI University to develop a scientific basis to make positive contribution to the environment and the communities. Climate change represents the single largest environmental, social and economic challenge this century It is, therefore, a key focus of HSBC's sustainability strategy.

Application Process

Applications, enclosing full CV, brief research proposal and two references should be sent to the following address:

The Registrar
TERI University
10 Institutional Area
Vasant Kunj
New Delhi 110 070, India.
Tel. +91 11 26122222 Fax +91 11 26122874
Pease mark "Application for HSBC Climate Scholarships" on the envelope.


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