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Build Your Career in Research

We provide a lot of opportunities to develop your landscape career through work, study or by volunteering with us.

Postdoctoral fellowships

The Centre for Landscape is a hub for postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students.

Early career researchers contribute fully to all our activities, including:

  • organising and attending seminars and symposiums
  • joining, contributing to and leading research projects
  • publishing research, both collaboratively and independently

Grow your career 

Newcastle University is the ideal place to develop and grow your career as a landscape researcher. The Centre for Landscape provides the focal point for researchers, working across the globe, at all career stages, to work together and explore their ideas.

We support applications for many postdoctoral fellowship schemes, including:

If you’re interested in applying for a postdoctoral fellowship, please contact us.

Postgraduate research and study

If you’re considering studying for a PhD or MLitt degree, visit our people pages. Here you can discover whose research interests most closely match your own.

They will be able to advise you about postgraduate research and funding opportunities.

Visiting researchers and visiting postgraduate students

Visiting fellows and researchers are important members of our research community. We’re always pleased to host landscape professionals and academics on secondments or short-term research visits.

Every year we host visiting PhD researchers who work with us to learn new skills or specialisms. We can also accept applications for Erasmus work placements.

If you want to make a visit funded by your national research council or a similar scheme, please contact us.