At least an Upper 2nd Honour degree or equivalent in a related science or engineering discipline.
Months of entry
The IMR is one of the largest materials groups in the UK, bringing together Physicists, Chemists and Engineers, divided into a number of research groups, working on a variety of interdisciplinary research projects using the latest available techniques.
Applied Mathematics, Atomic Collisions, Ion Beam Physics, Chemical Physics, Biomaterials, Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Magnetic Materials, Nanostructures, Characterisation, Modelling, Photonics, Non-Linear Science, Spray Research, Stress Analysis/Engineering
Information for international students
ORSAS funding for a number of overseas students; Marie Curie training site - funding for one year placements from PhD students from other European universities.
Fees and funding
EPSRC, industrial funding, ORSAS, DTA, GTA, Marie Curie training site
Qualification and course duration
MSc by research
Course contact details
- Prof Keith Ross
- 0161 295 5881
- 0161 295 5147