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We are seeking international Ph.D. and Master Students to join our lab in September 2018. Based in Beijing Forestry University, China, our studies use species, like Black-throated Tit, Silver-throated Tit, and Yellow-bellied Tit, as subjects to answer questions in life history, behavioral ecology and population ecology, from the perspective of adaption and evolution. The successful applicants will work on existing research projects, or develop an independent project within the research interests of the lab. Funding for research projects will be provided, and the selected candidates will have an opportunity to apply for Chinese Government Scholarship which can fully or partially cover tuition waiver, accommodation, stipend, and medical insurance.
Applicants for Master degree program should have a Bachelor degree, while applicants for Doctor degree program should have a Master’s degree. All applicants are expected to possess strong interests in ornithology, animal behavior, and ecology. Also, the candidates who have strong writing and oral communication skills, and an ability to work independently and within a team, are preferred.
For information of the graduate programs for international students at Beijing Forestry University, please visit http://www.studybeij...com.cn/English/. For information about some of our research projects, please visit our website http://www.luckytit.cn.
If you have the interest to apply for the positions, please email Dr. Jianqiang Li (firstname.lastname@example.org) a cover letter explaining your research interests and qualifications, a CV, and names and contact information of three references. Informal inquiries are also welcome.