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EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Catalysis

CDT in Catalysis between Bristol, Bath and Cardiff Universities

This course is run by the Catalysis Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). The University's of Bath, Bristol and Cardiff work closely together to train and educate based on the distinctive but complementary areas of Catalysis expertise within Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at these three institutions.

Course Aims

Some of society’s biggest challenges can be addressed through catalysis: clean energy generation, environmental clean-up of air and water and sustainable manufacture. The CDT offers postgraduate training in Catalysis and Reaction Engineering to benefit society and to meet the current and future needs of UK Catalysis. This interdisciplinary programme will give students advanced knowledge of traditional and emerging catalysis disciplines, an understanding of industry and global contexts whilst teaching research and professional skills.

Course Description

The first year of the course is an MRes and is run across all three universities. You will then opt to do your PhD research in one of the three universities, with a supervisor in one of the other partner universities. This makes your research truly interdisciplinary. During your research you will still have access to labs and facilities across the three universities.

In Cardiff these facilities include a dedicated social space, a newly refurbished specialist lab, as well as teaching space and facilities across three leading universities.

CDT in Catalysis between Bristol, Bath and Cardiff Universities

Resources, Facilities & Tutors

  • A modernised social space available throughout your 4 year study.
  • A first year dedicated teaching lab and a high spec seminar room.
  • The course has been written and designed specifically for the CDT, and so all of the training, workshops and module structure is unique to this CDT.
  • Our students are encouraged to take part in poster presentations and conferences across the country.
  • Our students have the opportunity to meet and work with over 40 academic members of staff.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should possess a degree in a relevant subject area, such as 2:1 or higher in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering or the equivalent. Additionally, applicants should hold or be about to obtain a relevant postgraduate qualification such as an MChem or MSc in Chemistry, or the equivalent.

Admissions Process

Applications can be submitted through the University's Online Application System. A current CV must be submitted alongside the application.

Decisions will be made on a continuous basis throughout the year and will be based on your written application and the references received.

As this course is run jointly with University of Bath and University of Bristol the information you provide in your application will be shared with them as part of the decision making process.

Our October 2016 intake is now full. We are now accepting applications for an October 2017 start.

Available Funding

A place in the CDT is fully funded for the 4 year duration. This includes full University fees, a stipend and a travel allowance. We are only able to offer fully funded places to UK and EU residents.

School Contact

Name: Helen Whitfield
Telephone: +44 (0)29 2087 4791
Email: [email protected]
School Website: https://www.catalysis-cdt.ac.uk

CDT in Catalysis between Bristol, Bath and Cardiff Universities

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