Who Can Apply?
Both the MRes and (MRes+PhD) CDT programmes are open to graduates with at least an upper second class (i.e. 2:1 or above) undergraduate degree in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, or Chemical Engineering. Other first degrees may be considered. There is no formal requirement for a Masters degree, but a Masters degree can be advantageous. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.
You should be looking for a challenging, interdisciplinary research training environment and have an active interest in the applications of new materials and devices.
We welcome applications from international and EU students, but due to funding restrictions we cannot provided funded studentships for non-EU students; these students will need to provide their own funding. We are also very restricted in the number of funded studentships we can provide to EU students who have not been normally resident in the UK for at least three consecutive years. Find out more about funding eligibility.
The details of all projects available for October 2017 start have been uploaded.
Deadlines for applications:
31 March 2017; 30 April 2017; 31 May 2017
Note that we strongly advise early applications! Projects are filled on a rolling basis, as we identify applicants who are a good fit to each project. We expect to allocate most projects before June.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to make informal enquiries by contacting Dr Steph Pendlebury (PE-CDT Programme Manager).
See Steph's hints and tips for a good application.