Graduate Education

Apply for the SKCM2 PhD Program

– Interdisciplinary research opportunity

– International exchange visits develop students’ global perspectives

– Choose co-mentors from SKCM2 nodes (MIT, U Colorado, Cambridge U, and other institutions of our international PIs and co-PIs)

– Graduate training modeled based on best practices of PhD programs in the USA and UK

– Sustainability among many missions

– Stipend available, supported by WPI-SKCM2

Internship opportunities to conduct research in Japan

The SKCM2 InternKNOTship Program is an academic internship that provides opportunities for young researchers from all over the world to stay in Japan and perform experiments and develop theories in collaboration with SKCM2 PIs. Participants can request financial support for travel to and accommodation at Hiroshima University for 3 weeks to 3 months, with a maximum of 6 months total. For more information, please see the InternKNOTship