Engineering and Design Graduate School
Our research is dedicated to the promotion of scientific excellence. Through our Graduate School you will have access to support, supervision and training which will enable you to maximize your specialist knowledge and develop its application and impact. We will support you through the admissions process and, as a graduate student, the School will manage your broader training in generic skills. We will organise research seminars and social activities to promote interaction with other students and academics across the Faculty.
Our Graduate School is your launch pad to technological leadership. In Engineering and Design we lead innovation in a carbon economy; provide technological business solutions to respond to climate change and carbon-critical design; develop a holistic systems approach to Engineering.
Our research is internationally focussed and we embed a global approach in everything we teach. Studying in our Graduate School you will learn:
- directly from experts who are making extraordinary breakthroughs
- how technology works in a business environment
- from business professionals so that your Engineering leadership is founded on the latest research and commercial implementation
Our best MSc graduates are eligible for Graduate School Scholarships on subsequent PhD studies. We also offer many other full-fee scholarships for exceptional PhD students.
- Engineering, Science, Physics and Mathematics
- Design, Manufacture and Structures
- Energy and Materials
- Power, Machines and Systems
Find out more about our Centres and Groups.
- News from the Faculty of Engineering & Design
The University has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National University of Singapore (NUS) initially to work together in the area of Engineering design education and research.
The President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Angela Brady, gave an inspirational talk on her role as an ambassador for greater female leadership in architecture at the University’s annual Athena SWAN lecture this week.
A new project from the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering is set to develop a unique research park in Swindon that will allow researchers and construction companies from across the country to develop and to explore innovative building materials.
One of our Engineering students has secured a Fellowship grant of up to $50k, aimed at supporting her ambition to become a future academic.
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