EngD Micro- and NanoMaterials and Technologies

The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in Micro- and NanoMaterials and Technologies (MiNMaT) is a four-year doctoral programme for researchers who aspire to important leadership positions in industry. Study combines industrially relevant research with taught courses, and it gives you the opportunity to work closely with one of our industrial partners.

Key course information

Entry requirements
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Start date
September 2024
Attendance
Full-time
Duration
54 months
UK fees
To be confirmed
Overseas fees
To be confirmed

Why choose this
programme?

The Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in MiNMaT solves challenging and industrially relevant problems through a profound understanding of processing-microstructure-property relationships. We have a unique focus on characterisation, and we provide sponsoring organisations with the use of state-of-the-art instrumentation and equipment.

As a research engineer, you’ll be recruited to work with a specific sponsor on a mutually agreed project, and you’ll be based primarily on the sponsoring organisation’s premises.

Our work ranges from the manipulation of atoms and molecules to the design, analysis and development of large structures, leading to innovations in products as diverse as supercapacitors and jet engines.

The University of Surrey ranked 15th in the UK for research power for engineering by the recent Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021. We are now also ranked in the top 20 in the UK for the overall quality of research outputs – research papers and other published works.

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