PhD PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES
Application deadline: 31 July 2021.
Fully funded projects
Fees, stipend and research/training budget are provided by the CDT through sponsorship of an industrial partner and/or the College:
|Project title||Industrial partner||Stipend||How to apply|
|Metamaterials for Focusing and Filtering Underwater Sound (4156) (*)||Atlas Electronik UK||Forms part of a permanent full time position - full details in advert||
You will apply to the CDT in Metamaterials programme directly.
Please read the information about the application process carefully.
Applications that do not comply with the outlined specifications cannot be considered.
|Spin Qubits in 2d Materials (4147) (†)||Oxford Instruments||approx £17,500 per year payable to UK or EU students only|
(*) Projects marked with an asterisk are limited to UK applicants only. (†) Projects marked with a dagger are limited to UK and EU applicants only.
We welcome applications from self-funded candidates who are interested in working within the remit of the Centre for Metamaterial Research and Innovation. You can explore our current Project Ideas or propose your own. When you apply, you must indicate potential supervisors and upload a description of the research you hope to carry out during your PhD. We recommend that you contact potential supervisors to discuss your plans before submitting an application. In the first instance, please get in touch with Deb Lee, the recruitment administrator for our Centre, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more about possible funding routes on the PhD funding webpage.
Information for international applicants
Most non-EEA students coming to study in the UK will need a Tier 4 visa - the UK's main 'student' visa category. Your Tier 4 visa will allow you to stay in the UK for the whole of your course and comes with both privileges and restrictions.