Manchester Met is a proud member of the White Rose Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership (WRDTP). This partnership, accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), allows us to offer fully funded scholarships in the following broad areas.
Increasing the energy efficiency and reducing the emissions of container cranes in Port. This work will be novel as no systematic study has ever been made of the options for increasing efficiency of cranes nor how the use of intelligent energy storage could be used to reduce the demand in both peak power and energy.
This project is a truly interdisciplinary, collaborative piece of work with Manchester Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) which addresses a very real need in the context of young people who have been excluded from school.
Manchester Met is a proud member of the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP). This partnership, accredited by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, allows us to offer fully funded scholarships in the following broad areas.
The Landscape Institute Scotland (LIS) and the Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) aims to launch a project that will build on the unique holdings of the LIS Archives and the academic and research experience of MSA.
An extremely high proportion of UK residential stock is terraced housing. It is an architectural typology that has been incredibly robust over time, creating active streets and accommodating changes to how people live.