Applications are invited from candidates who have, or who expect to obtain, a first or upper second class Bachelor’s honours degree or international equivalent in the range of disciplines covered by this CDT. Candidates will be highly engaged, dynamic candidates who want to conduct their PhD in a unique and innovative training environment with a desire apply their research to shape the world around them.
See the Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (AAPS) website for more information.
Funding lasts for up to four years. This includes:
- Home tuition fees
- training support fund £1,000 per annum
- maintenance stipend £16,062 each year (2022/23 rate)