Minimum 2:1 for MEng, MChem, MPhys (i.e. an enhanced 4 year degree), or 2:1 with a Merit MSc equivalent from areas including but not limited to: Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, Physics, Mathematics and Statistics and Food Science. We will also consider applicants with Bachelor degree with 1st class Hons with a minimum of 2 years experience in industry.
A full standard studentship consists of academic fees (£4,500 in Session 2019/20), together with a maintenance grant (£15,009 in Session 2019/20) paid at standard Research Council rates. UK students will be eligible for a full award and other EU applicants will be eligible for an award paying academic fees only, except in cases where residency in the UK has been established for more than 3 years prior to the start of the programme of study.
How to apply
You can apply for your research degree online. Make sure you complete the application form as fully as you can.
- Funded research projects (including Centres for Doctoral Training)
You’re required to provide the following information:
- Your proposed primary and secondary research areas (Product Functionalisation and Performance; Product Characterisation; Process Modelling between Scales )
- A brief one-paragraph summary of your research interests
- Grade(s) or degree classification(s) for your degree-level qualifications.
Important information: please add the title of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecules to Product to both the ‘funding’ and ‘research area/title’ section of the application form.
We are currently recruiting for cohort 2 of the CDT in Molecules to Product (to start in October 2020). The deadline for applications is 29th January 2020. There will be further opportunities to apply to be part of cohort 2 later in 2020; please check back for dates.
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