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Studentships in collaboration with Rolls-Royce

Centre for Doctoral Training in Composites Science, Engineering and Manufacturing (CoSEM CDT)

Studentships in collaboration with Rolls-Royce

Imagine structures that can morph their shape or have self-repair functionality embedded within their materials. Smart biomaterials that can be designed to adapt their chemical and mechanical properties in response to changes in physiological parameters. A sustainable, waste free world. This could be your future, achieved through the application of high performance advanced composites.

By joining the University of Bristol’s EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Composites Science, Engineering and Manufacturing (CoSEM CDT) you will undertake cohort-driven training and cutting-edge research making these technological visions a reality.

We are currently recruiting for two fully-funded PhD studentships in collaboration with Rolls Royce. The deadline for applications is 31st December 2021.

Through these studentships, you will gain valuable experience by working with technical industry experts. You will be working in a collaborative and stimulating environment, strengthened by the cohort-driven activities in the first year, where knowledge-sharing and joint problem solving is the norm. The interdisciplinary nature of the Centre will make you think about problems from a whole new perspective and explore really innovative ideas.

On completion of the programme, you will leave with far more than just a PhD; you will have the skills, knowledge and acumen to become the future technical leaders in advanced composites, be it in academia or industry.

Studentships in collaboration with Rolls-Royce

Candidate requirements:

Candidate requirements: We’re looking for exceptional students, with at least a high 2:1 Honours degree, from across all engineering and science subjects. See international equivalent qualifications on the International Office website.

Funding:

Funding is available for UK/EU/international students covering tuition fees and a tax-free stipend at the UKRI doctoral stipend level (this was £15,609 in 2021/22) topped up to a minimum of £17,109 - awards increase every year, typically with inflation, so these figures may change for 2022/23. The PhD comes with a generous allowance for equipment, software and conference travel.

Funding is subject to eligibility status and confirmation of award.

How to apply:

To apply please use our online application system.

Select PhD Advanced Composites on the Programme Choice page and enter details of the studentship when prompted in the Funding and Research Details sections of the form.

Contacts:

Find more information on our website: www.bristol.ac.uk/composites/cdt

For enquiries, please email composites-cdt@bristol.ac.uk


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