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:
Features of the Stream programme:
Lists of current projects being undertaken by Stream students are available here.
If you are interested in applying to the programme please contact the Stream office.
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If you are interested in sponsoring a research project or would like to apply for a place on the programme as a Research Engineer, please contact the Stream office.
For further information about the Stream IDC download the programme guide.
Stream is the Industrial Doctoral Centre (IDC) for the Water Sector funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and companies who sponsor research projects.
The Stream programme is delivered by five UK academic centres of excellence in water science and engineering in the UK. Coordinated by Cranfield University and including Imperial College London and the universities of Sheffield, Newcastle, and Exeter, the programme enables talented researchers to develop their skills and careers, while obtaining an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) or PhD degree.
An EngD is a four year research degree awarded for industrially relevant research. The degree provides a more vocationally oriented approach to obtaining a doctorate in engineering commensurate with that of a PhD.