Studying for an EngD or PhD

Potential applicants for PhD or EngD positions on the Stream programme should be able to demonstrate: enthusiasm; resourcefulness; a mature approach to learning; creativity; a sound understanding of one or more branches of science or engineering; and possess a first or upper second class honours degree. The Stream programme comprises three elements:

  1. Postgraduate-level Training
  2. Transferable Skills and Engineering Leadership
  3. Research

Features of the Stream programme:

  • Access to masters-level training at five leading universities
  • Strong career development programme targeted at producing future engineering leaders
  • Challenge Week held in July each year including advanced transferable skills training, guest lectures from leading industrialists and scientists, design and problem solving challenges
  • Opportunities to present papers at conferences and author academic journal papers
  • Free membership of the International Water Association
  • Opportunities to undertake a study visit to a leading international academic research group.

Lists of current projects being undertaken by Stream students are available here.

A comparison of the routes taken by EngD and PhD is available here.

If you are interested in applying to the programme please contact the Stream office.

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