EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Innovative Metal Processing (IMPaCT)
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About: IMPaCT was created to train future leaders who are able to fully exploit and deploy innovative metal processing techniques in industry. It brings together world-class metals research teams from the universities of Leicester, Birmingham and Nottingham along with 14 industrial and international partners. The Centre has secured significant financial support from EPSRC, the universities and our industrial partners including Alstom Power, Doncasters Group, Rolls-Royce, STFC, Tata Steel, TWI and Welding Alloys.
Core Research Topics:
The Programme: IMPaCT is a 4 year integrated doctoral training programme. Within the 1st year there is a range of training including taught modules, technical and transferable skill training. In the following 3 years the student will undertake a research project within metal processing in line with one of the CDTs core themes. There also the opportunity to engage with our industrial partners and sponsors and students are encouraged to carry on their skills and career training throughout the 4 years.
Funding: The funding available for IMPaCT students includes the following:
There is also limited number of places for exceptional international students however conditions do apply.
Applicants must hold a UK undergraduate (Bachelors) degree with at least 2:1 or an equivalent qualification from a recognised overseas institution.
The CDT welcomes applications from varies backgrounds including Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Bioengineering and other various backgrounds.
How to Apply:
For more information on how to apply please visit www.impact.ac.uk.
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