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Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering

Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering

Find your place in the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering (SAgE). Feel part of our pioneering postgraduate research community.

Working together to transform our world

Welcome to life as a researcher in the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering.

You belong to a community of more than 1,000 postgraduate research students at SAgE.

Together, we’re making a big impact in many research areas – both established and up and coming.

Our research is often multidisciplinary, making SAgE an exciting place to collaborate.

Your faculty depends on you

As a postgraduate research student, you form the heart of our research community. Your work drives important – sometimes ground-breaking – discoveries. Research at SAgE simply couldn’t happen without you.

Opportunities to support your development

We’re committed to making sure you have an excellent experience, and find support to become a future research leader.

You can enjoy many development opportunities, including our faculty research development programme. This equips you with skills to:

  • work across disciplines
  • partner with business, government and external stakeholders
  • increase the research and impact of your research

Aspire to be an entrepreneur?

We’re particularly committed to working with you to achieve this (where relevant) through our development programme. We’ll help you understand the value of your research in the world.

We’ll also help you identify opportunities to commercialise your research outputs.

We’re committed to making sure you have an excellent experience, and find support to become a future research leader.

New multi-track postgraduate research conference

Don't miss our new faculty multi-track postgraduate research conference, due to take place in the week of 1st June 2020.

You’ll be able to attend discipline-specific conferences, as well as cross-cutting events that are open to all research students.

Visit our faculty research development programme and click on the conference tab to find out more.