Research And Study With Us
iC3 offers a friendly and supportive working environment to early career researchers and masters students who are passionate about polar science
Training and supporting the next generation of interdisciplinary polar scientists is a core part of our mission. iC3 has a dedicated mentorship and graduate training programme. We actively help early career researchers to gain new skills, secure grant funding, get their research published, and build their professional networks. Each graduate iC3 student gains hands-on experience in polar research by being embedded in one of the centre’s working groups.
iC3 is based at the top university worldwide in terms of Arctic research output. You can find information on how to join some of the world’s leading scientists in the Arctic below.
“There aren’t a whole lot of people who can cross country ski to work in the winter. Here, that’s an option! Few people get to experience the Polar Night, Midnight Sun, and regular Aurora Borealis unless it’s on vacation.”
Colin Sinclair (Current PhD student within Geosciences and affiliated to iC3)
Photo by Colin Sinclair
We are keen to hear from exceptional masters graduates from anywhere in the world who wish to study for a PhD and are passionate about science and fluent in English. We currently have five vacancies for fully funded PhD students who want to join our friendly interdisciplinary team in the Arctic.
Early Career Scientists
PhD Research Opportunities
iC3 offers a friendly and supportive working environment to early career researchers and masters students who are passionate about polar science.