Molnár Eszter, alumni member of the GTK Business Consulting Club has earned the a Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Scholarship in Material Social Futures, which enabled her to start her PhD studies at Lancaster University in Fall 2020. The admission process was composed by multiple selection stages and ended with an interview. Eszter also continues her MsC. studies at the Business Management program of the BBU.
The Leverhulme PhD Training Centre for Material Social Futures brings together concepts and approaches from across the disciplines to help produce futures that people want and the world needs. The doctoral training is a major new strategic collaborative partnership between the vibrant research community of the University’s Institute for Social Futures and the Materials Science Institute. Based in the Department of Engineering with co-supervision from the Department of Chemistry, Eszter undertakes her PhD research alongside other students, all members of and participants in a multi-stranded PhD research training programme in Material Social Futures.