Postgraduate research

Our research takes place predominantly within large, cohesive groups.

These groups use state-of-the-art facilities and provide postgraduate students with unique opportunities to pursue a variety of topics.

Many of these topics have a multidisciplinary flavour and are underpinned by strong industrial links which have resulted in successful spin-out companies.

Studentships

We offer a number of specific project grants in the form of studentships. We also advertise on Jobs in Research, Science, Academic and related Professions and Find A PhD.

These studentships are normally only open to UK and EU residents, and eligibility is explained in the advertisement.

Development of novel biodegradable polymers

Funding information:
Stipend (£15,009 p.a.), tuition fees (at UK/EU level), and costs for consumables and travel are available for a project duration of 3 years.  Funding to attend (inter)national conferences is available.

Adaptive real time combustion-kinetic-control modelling approach for FPE applications

Funding information:
Fully funded. UK/EU students only.

Persistent systems security and programme verification

Funding information:
Total funding: £68,000 including fees and stipend of £16,000 per year

Quantum biology studentships

The Leverhulme Quantum Biology Doctoral Training Centre (QB-DTC) invites applications from excellent candidates for fully funded PhD studentships, covering fees and maintenance, for October 2019 entry.

Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT)

We host a prestigious EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training, the Centre for Doctoral Training in Micro- and NanoMaterials and Technologies (MiNMaT) which offers an EngD programme.

From time-to-time a number of funded studentships are available from the Centre. Some of our funds are available specifically to enhance interdisciplinary activity that span the Faculty's portfolio.

For more information visit our MiNMaT site, or contact Noelle Hartley by email or phone on +44 (0)1483 683467.

SCENARIO

SCENARIO is a postgraduate centre in the Science of the Environment: Natural and Anthropogenic pRocesses, Impacts and Opportunities. The centre will play a major role in advancing the quantitative science of the environment, in understanding the interaction between people and environmental change, and in the exploitation of environmental science and engineering by industry and policy makers.

Join our research community

As a SCENARIO PhD student based at the University of Surrey you'll have the opportunity to participate in our leading research. For available PhD studentships take a look at the SCENARIO NERC Doctoral Training Partnership website which is part of the University of Reading.

Research funding

We offer various funding opportunities here at Surrey to help you during your studies.

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University of Surrey
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