A first or upper second class degree (or overseas equivalent) in the physical sciences or engineering.
Months of entry
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Course contentResearch in the Department of Materials cuts across the traditional disciplinary boundaries, and we therefore invite applications for research leading to the PhD degree from scientists and engineers in all appropriate subjects who have an interest in any of our research areas: Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering, Advanced Alloys, Ceramics & Glasses, Functional Materials, Nanotechnology & Nanoscale Characterisation and Theory & Simulation of Materials.
For more information please visit our web site: www.imperial.ac.uk/materials
Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering Advanced Alloys Ceramics & Glasses Functional Materials Nanotechnology & Nanoscale Characterisation Theory & Simulation of Materials
Information for international students
College requires applicants to have taken an English Language test and achieved an acceptable grade or score before admission can be confirmed. For more details see www3.imperial.ac.uk/registry/admissions/pgenglish
Fees and fundingA number of funded studentships are available each year, supported by the research councils, government organisations, industry and the EU.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Ms Norma Hikel
- +44 (0)20 7594 6768