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Discover your future. Engineering and the Environment Postgraduate Research Opportunities Afternoon Event

13:00 - 16:00
3 February 2016
Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Building 177, Level 3, Room 3011

For more information regarding this event, please email Graduate School Admissions at .

Event details

Engineering and the Environment Event

Be part of our next world-changing discovery with a career in research.

Find out about our funded postgraduate research (PGR) opportunities covering exciting and diverse research areas, including: Bioengineering and Human Factors; Computational Engineering, Materials and Surface Engineering; Fluid Dynamics, and in our three Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs).

The Faculty Graduate School Directorate will present an overview of our research opportunities and funding, and give you an idea of life's challenges as a PGR student in Engineering and the Environment. Current students will also be on hand to talk about their experiences and staff will be available to answer questions. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.


(All sessions will be held in Building 177, Level 3, Room 3011 unless otherwise stated)


13:00 Registration, buffet lunch, opportunity to browse project posters and talk to academic staff/students

14:00 Graduate School Talk and Q + A

The Graduate School Talk covers the application process, funding (research studentships), course information, life as a PGR student and more.

15:00 Drop-in information session and opportunity to browse project posters/talk to students and staff. Refreshments will be available. This session will run until the event closes.

15:15 Breakout sessions for Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs):

16:00 (approx.) Event closes


Who should come?

Anyone interested in Postgraduate Research in Engineering and Environmental Sciences. You don’t necessarily need to have studied engineering to be eligible; we will also consider students with backgrounds in mathematics, and physical and biological sciences.

If you’re unable to attend, but you want to find out more about further study, please contact us! Also please feel free to contact the named supervisors of any vacancies currently being advertised with any questions you may have regarding individual projects.



Graduate School Admissions


Office location: Building 13/2043





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