Fully funded four-year PhD studentships commencing in September 2021 are available for exceptional graduates with a background in mathematics, engineering, computer science and the physical sciences.
Through world-leading academic research, as well as partnering with some of industry's most important players, the Quantum Engineering CDT in Bristol has led the world in developing an environment that delivers an unparalleled training and development experience. Underpinned by this world-class expertise, this four-year doctoral programme offers a unique experience for those seeking academic excellence and a route into the burgeoning quantum technologies industry. As a quantum engineer, you will be trained at the intersection of physics, engineering, mathematics and computer science, as well as in skills such as outreach and entrepreneurship, before embarking on a PhD research programme that you can help design yourself.
This programme is the next step to a successful career in quantum technologies, whether you are:
Please see our website for more details on the programme, how to get in touch, and to make an application:
Candidate requirements: We are seeking bright, ambitious candidates who show enthusiasm to achieve impact in the “quantum 2.0” arena with an aptitude for conceptual thinking and problem solving. Candidates must achieve a minimum degree classification of 2.1 (or equivalent) for entry onto the programme.
Full time: UK/EU £4,475, Overseas £23,900 pa.
10 fully funded studentships covering tuition fees, a stipend for living costs and a substantial travel budget are available to UK/EU students. The deadline for applications is 26/02/21.
There is very limited funding available for International students. We welcome applications from self-funded international candidates, and you can find about international equivalent qualifications on the International Office website:
The deadline for International applicants is yet to be announced.
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