The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies offers a variety of studentships and supervisory opportunities. Grants may be awarded in support of educational and research activities related to societal and economic risks.
MPhil and PhD supervisions are available when there are overlapping research interests with the Risk Centre's research programmes and contributions can be made to the intellectual environment of the Centre.
Interested candidates should make applications to the Cambridge Risk Centre after all Cambridge University application requirements have been fulfilled and acceptance granted.
Current students at the Centre for Risk Studies
Ms Jemma GreenMSt Candidate
Jemma Green is a candidate for the Master of Studies for Sustainability Leadership in the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability under the supervision of Professor Daniel Ralph at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies.
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Mr Adrian LeonardPhD Candidate
Adrian Leonard is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of History studying under Professor Martin Daunton, supported by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and the Centre for Financial History at Newnham College.
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