Deadline extended to 2 July 2018 for EngD and PhD studentships.
Three funded EngD and PhD studentships are now available under STREAM: The Industrial Doctorate Centre for the Water Sector.
The deadline for applications has been extended to 17:00 on Monday 2 July 2018.
The School of Engineering is proud to announce its latest STREAM studentships, sponsored by EPSRC and Northumbrian Water Group:
- EngD in Civil/Geospatial Engineering – Water assets and networks: geospatial data representation for modelling and monitoring
- PhD in Civil Engineering – Exploiting urban water monitoring data
- PhD in Civil Engineering – Whole city modelling of water usage
Applicants should have a first or upper second class honours and/or master's degree in civil or environmental engineering, geomatics, environmental sciences, or physical geography.
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.
The STREAM PhD, which takes place over three and a half years, focuses on a research project, and there's no taught element.
published on: 30 May 2018