Good first degree in Engineering, Physics, Materials or Chemistry required.
Months of entry
There are several ways students can find their ideal PhD project: proposing a research project to a potential supervisor directly, contacting a research group to discuss possible projects, applying for one of our specific PhD studentships, or applying through a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). Use the links below to explore these options further.
No matter what subject area or project you are interested in, it is important that you contact your prospective supervisor to discuss eligibility and funding before you submit your formal application to the College. Please be aware we are not able to review speculative applications which do not name a supervisor. More detail on the application process can be found on our How to apply pages.
Biomechanics; Dynamics; Tribology; Thermofluids; Computer-Aided Systems Engineering; Strength of Materials; Nuclear Engineering; Computational Mechanics
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- V Rice
- 020 7594 7022
- 020 7823 8845