School of Engineering

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Research Programmes

Be part of an internationally renowned team pushing the frontiers of research.

If you relish the opportunity to undertake a substantial research project with a clear intellectual, scientific, industrial or commercial relevance and challenge a PhD is for you.

Benefits of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Newcastle

  • We are in the top 10 for world-leading research in the UK.
  • 90% of our research is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent.
  • We have a large and active PhD community of over 180 students across our four research groups.
  • Each year we award over £200,000 in PhD scholarships.
  • Funding is available from research councils and major industrial bodies.

Faraday Institution Studentships: Recycling and Circular Economy of Batteries

Newcastle University is offering four three-year studentships commencing Autumn 2018 as part of the Recycling of Lithium Batteries (ReLiB) project funded by the flagship UK Faraday Institution and Newcastle University. Candidates should have a 2(I) or 1st class Batchelor or Masters degrees in any of the following disciplines: electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrochemistry, chemical engineering, civil engineering, economics and business.