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The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) is an alternative to the traditional PhD if you are interested in a career in industry. The EngD is equivalent to a PhD in its intellectual challenge, but as a Research Engineer (EngD student), your research will be industry-led and your project will involve working with a company. Read more
The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) is an alternative to the traditional PhD if you are interested in a career in industry.

The EngD is equivalent to a PhD in its intellectual challenge, but as a Research Engineer (EngD student), your research will be industry-led and your project will involve working with a company. The progamme also includes a taught component. This provides an unparralled opportunity to gain experience working at the cutting-edge of research that is relevant to industry. The four-year programme combines PhD-level research projects with taught courses. You will spend at least 50% of your time working directly with a company. As a Research Engineer, you will be supervised by two academics and an industrial contact within the company.

The EngD scheme was established by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to provide ambitious and motivated graduates with doctorate-level training, putting new ideas into practice and progressing careers to reach senior positions in industry.

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Our EngD (International) is a four year programme that combines industry relevant research, taught courses, group projects,and an international placement. Read more

What is the EngD International?

Our EngD (International) is a four year programme that combines industry relevant research, taught courses, group projects,and an international placement.

The EngD (Int) programme is more vocationally oriented in engineering than a PhD and is better suited to those in industry.

Offered through our EPSRC-sponsored Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing, it combines taught modules and overseas placement opportunities with original research based on real industry problems.

What qualification will I receive?

Students will graduate with both an Engineering Doctorate (International) and an MSc in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing.

By gaining the knowledge, skills and networks to compete in the global marketplace and applying rigorous analysis, innovative thinking and good management practice you will gain the key competencies vital to becoming a manufacturing leader.

Study Programme

You will be working on a project proposed by a sponsor company. This may be the company you currently work for, or a proposed project by another company for which you can apply. Current available projects can be found on our website

As well as spending much of your time 'in company' researching your project, you will attend taught MSc modules and work on a group project with fellow EngD students.

You will have an academic supervisor from WMG, as well as an industry supervisor in your sponsor company.


For more information call us on 024 7652 4357, email us at or visit our website at http://www.go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgdoctorate

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The Centre for Water Systems at the University of Exeter, in conjunction with a number of other universities, offers a professional industrial doctorate for those interested in urban water management, artificial intelligence, hydroinformatic tools or water research in general. Read more

The Centre for Water Systems at the University of Exeter, in conjunction with a number of other universities, offers a professional industrial doctorate for those interested in urban water management, artificial intelligence, hydroinformatic tools or water research in general.

An EngD is a four year research degree awarded for industrially relevant research, the degree provides a more vocationally oriented approach to obtaining a doctorate in engineering commensurate with that of a PhD.

The EngD programme will allow you to receive postgraduate-level technical and transferable skills training at five leading UK universities in the water research field. This university collaboration forms the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)-funded STREAM centre (the industrial doctorate centre for the water sector).

The idea of STREAM is to enable researchers to develop new and innovative solutions to problems encountered by engineers, chemists and operators and this industry-driven approach to research results in a degree programme that is informed by the knowledge and skills needs of the water sector.

The modules are designed to allow you to expand your basic knowledge of real-life problems and the programme gives the opportunity to gain the practical experience required by leading employers. You will have the opportunity to undertake study visits to leading overseas academic research groups and a yearly symposium enables all STREAM research engineers to present their work to sector stakeholders.

A number of four-year EPSRC-funded studentships are made available to allow doctoral-level research to be conducted while working directly with industrial partners in the water sector. Please contact the centre for details.

Programme structure

The STREAM programme comprises three components leading to the award of an Engineering Doctorate degree

• Acquisition of advanced technical skills through attendance at Masters level training courses

• Tuition in the competencies and abilities expected of senior engineers through a Transferable Skills and Engineering Leadership (TSEL) component

• Doctoral level research project(s).

Technical Skills

Examples of the technical skills modules available are as follow; Introduction to the water sector; Water and wastewater treatment principles; Process science and engineering; Principles of hydraulics and water distribution; Engineering sustainability; Asset stewardship and Group design project.

Transferable skills & Engineering Leadership

Examples of these modules are as follows; Philosophy of science; Research methods and research design; Creativity and design; Engineering past, present and future; Health and Safety standards; Project management for research; Role of research in supporting business functions; Research ethics; Basic presentational, writing and meetings skills; Financial management; Personal effectiveness and time management; Team working and management; Knowledge transfer and research exploitation; Project costing; Business risk; Patenting and IPR; Science communication; Negotiation and influencing skills; Writing a business case for investment and Supervision skills

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.



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This internationally-leading joint EngD with IDCORE aims to meet the UK’s ambitious deployment targets for offshore renewable energy technologies. Read more
This internationally-leading joint EngD with IDCORE aims to meet the UK’s ambitious deployment targets for offshore renewable energy technologies.

An EngD is a four year research degree awarded for industrially relevant research, the degree provides a more vocationally oriented approach to obtaining a doctorate in engineering commensurate with that of a PhD.

Led by the University of Exeter at its Penryn Campus and based at the University of Edinburgh, this EngD programme is delivered through a partnership with the universities of Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Exeter together with the Scottish Association for Marine Science and HR-Wallingford.

The programme will allow you to receive postgraduate-level technical and transferable skills training at three leading UK universities in the renewable energy research field together with the Scottish Association for Marine Science and HRWallingford. This university and industry collaboration forms the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), RCUK Energy programme/ETI-funded Industrial Doctorate Centre in Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE).

Students will benefit from a vibrant learning environment and, in partnership with industry, will learn to deliver world-class industrially-focused research outcomes that will accelerate the deployment of offshore wind, wave and tidal-current technologies. This will help the UK to meet its 2020 and 2050 targets for renewable energy generating capacity, and expand and sustain a community of high-quality post-doctoral staff for the UK offshore renewable energy industry.

This programme will produce highly trained scientists and engineers, they will gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to tackle current and future offshore renewable energy challenges. This includes developing new techniques and technologies to design, build, install, operate and maintain devices in hostile environments at an affordable economic cost with minimal environmental impact.

This will reinforce and support the UK’s conjoined infrastructure, which begins in the best academic research centres with leading test facilities and extends through a unique combination of demonstration facilities, ultimately to test and deployment sites.

Programme structure

Each Research Engineer will spend approximately 25% (180 credits) of his or her time in a structured training programme.
The following are some examples of the taught modules;
Introduction to Offshore Renewable Technologies; Hydrodynamics of Offshore Renewable Energy Devices; Electromechanical & Electronic Energy Conversion Systems; Marine Renewable Resource Assessment; Economics Tools for Offshore Renewables; Physical Model Testing for Offshore Renewables; Structural Behaviour of Offshore Renewable Energy Devices; Electricity Network Interaction, Integration and Control; Moorings and Reliability and Innovation Design and Manufacturing Management.

Research project

Research Projects will comprise 540 credits, amounting to 75% of the research engineer effort on the EngD. Research Engineers will attend a total of three summer schools during their projects, and will attend the annual Company Day, and appropriate technical conferences

Research projects are proposed by renewable energy companies in wave, tidal and offshore wind energy. Projects are allocated during the first year of the programme, at the beginning of the second semester (in January). The Research Engineer will take an active role in defining his or her professional development programme in line with the needs of the research project and his or her individual aims.

The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

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The EngD is designed to integrate easily with your work and host organisation. It aims to. - provide a rigorous Doctorate level environment within which important current and future engineering issues are investigated;. Read more

About the course

The EngD is designed to integrate easily with your work and host organisation. It aims to:
- provide a rigorous Doctorate level environment within which important current and future engineering issues are investigated;
- develop your critical thinking skills and awareness of the application of technology into organisations
- develop your research and management skills, such as leadership and change management, necessary to deal with the complex issues in today's and future engineering business activities
- enable the effective management of innovation
- provide a supervisory environment that helps give guidance, review and advice on the development of your portfolio, specialist technological skills and the research process

Study on the EngD will require periodic attendance at the University. There is no requirement to study any taught modules on this Professional Doctorate research degree. However, as part of the EngD, students are required to undertake a programme of professional development which may include attendance at conferences and other professional meetings or training in specific methods and technologies. The key unique feature of the EngD is that it is based on a portfolio of research work. This more flexible approach replaces the traditional 'single topic' focus of a PhD. Your portfolio will centre on a key theme and investigate areas such as technical, business and process concepts. These projects should be linked closely with your day to day work for maximum benefit to both you and your company.

Why choose this course?

- This Engineering Doctorate programme aims to develop future technological leaders;
- You undertake your studies on a key theme relating to your profession or professional practice;
- Your project offers the opportunity to investigate different facts of a problem relating to your profession;
- You may start the EngD in either September or January.

Careers

Successful completion of the EngD will offer graduates every opportunity to progress their management career either within their employment or in a new organisation in both the private and public sector.

Teaching methods

The EngD aims to develop future technological leaders and technical managers through improved specialist skills applied in an organisational setting. The EngD has been designed to help develop industry-based technical specialists for whom a PhD would be a natural next step, but who are looking for greater flexibility and enterprise-focus. In particular the EngD is based on a portfolio of research work, which enables students to study at doctorate level but move away from the traditional 'single topic' focus of a PhD to centre the contribution to knowledge around the organisation. The portfolio focuses on a key theme and then investigates different facets such as technical engineering improvements and enhanced business practices and processes. These projects are typically linked closely to the student's day-to-day work for maximum benefit.

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Our EngD projects are defined by our long standing industrial sponsors and address operational requirements identified by these companies. Read more
Our EngD projects are defined by our long standing industrial sponsors and address operational requirements identified by these companies. Projects are focused on our established areas of engineering expertise.

We are a leader in developing new manufacturing processes and products, such as functional coated steel. Our research in this area is led by the SPECIFIC project, in collaboration with Tata Steel.

Research into advanced, structural materials is undertaken in conjunction with the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Materials based at Swansea. These projects are funded by the EPSRC Strategic Partnership in Structural Metals for Gas Turbines.

We also offer EngD programmes in the research areas of functional coatings and advanced manufacturing. Please visit our website for more information.

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We invite applications from well-qualified candidates whose research interests correspond to our areas of research expertise focused on Engineering. Read more
We invite applications from well-qualified candidates whose research interests correspond to our areas of research expertise focused on Engineering. Our EngD projects are defined by our long standing industrial sponsors and address operational requirements identified by these companies. Projects are focused on our established areas of engineering expertise.
We are a leader in developing new manufacturing processes and products, such as functional coated steel. Our research in this area is led by the SPECIFIC project, in collaboration with Tata Steel.

Research into advanced, structural materials is undertaken in conjunction with the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Materials based at Swansea. These projects are funded by the EPSRC Strategic Partnership in Structural Metals for Gas Turbines.

We also offer EngD programmes in the research areas of functional coatings and advanced manufacturing. Please visit our website for more information.

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Summary. Our Engineering Doctorate (EngD) will provide you with the technical, business and personal development required to become one of the senior technical managers of the future. Read more

Summary

Our Engineering Doctorate (EngD) will provide you with the technical, business and personal development required to become one of the senior technical managers of the future.

The Southampton EngD in Engineering and the Environment combines advanced technical and management training with PhD level research in collaboration with an industry partner/sponsor.

Visit our website for further information.



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The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and ManufacturingThe Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing is a partnership between the Universities of Warwick, Exeter and Cranfield, with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and partner companies. Read more

About the Programme

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and ManufacturingThe Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing is a partnership between the Universities of Warwick, Exeter and Cranfield, with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and partner companies

The Centre offers a challenging 4-year International Engineering Doctorate (EngD Int) programme in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing with research projects that address industry-driven challenges. For example: establishing natural or recovered materials as feed-stocks, reducing process inputs and outputs without compromising performance or economic viability, extracting high value materials from waste streams, and ultimately establishing economic and environmental sustainability

The EngD International programme combines both academic and industrial expertise; offering industry relevant research projects supported by partner companies, taught modules resulting in an embedded MSc in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing, and an international placement with our academic and industrial partners overseas.

Doctoral students will be based at either Warwick, Cranfield, or Exeter (depending on the research project they undertake), where they will be part of a leading research group and will be supervised by an academic in that institution and a mentor in their sponsor company. The research focus will be on the real commercial challenges faced by their sponsor company and students will split their time between their home university and the company. Students will also study taught modules at all three institutions.

Funding

The studentships on offer will start from January 2015 and comprise a tax-free stipend of circa £19,000 a year, tuition fees paid and a generous study package (research consumables and travel budget).

Applications

Applications are open for talented researchers to further develop their technical and transferable skills within a research and training environment shaped by the needs of the manufacturing industry.

See our website or follow us on Twitter @wmg_doctorate for the latest information on potential research projects.

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The Skills, Technology, Research and Management for the UK Water Sector (STREAM) EngD is a combination of research and industrial training. Read more
The Skills, Technology, Research and Management for the UK Water Sector (STREAM) EngD is a combination of research and industrial training. Through your research you will have the opportunity to evolve techniques to tackle today's water sector challenges such as climate change, increasing populations, energy efficiency, and pollution control.

This specialist programme is a four year research degree awarded for industrially relevant research. Compared to a PhD, this programme provides a more vocationally oriented approach to obtaining a doctorate in engineering The programme is made up of three components:
-Acquisition of advanced technical skills through attendance at Masters' level training courses
-Tuition in Transferable Skills and Educational Leadership (TSEL) modules
-A doctoral level research project

You will spend the majority of your time in industry developing scientific and engineering techniques and management skills. The scope and topic of your project will vary depending on your subject background, research interests and the company you are working with. You will be allocated at least one academic and one industrial supervisor.

Delivery

STREAM is the Industrial Doctoral Centre (IDC) for the water sector, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and companies who sponsor research projects.

The STREAM programme is delivered by a consortium of five universities, all of which are centres of excellence in water science and engineering. The programme is co-ordinated by Cranfield University and includes Imperial College London and the universities of Newcastle, Sheffield, and Exeter. If you apply for this programme at Newcastle University you will be registered with and sponsored by us, although you will spend time at each institution over the duration of the course.

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Engineering Doctorates in Advanced Manufacturing for Engineers and Scientists. University of Strathclyde – Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) Department for Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM). Read more
Engineering Doctorates in Advanced Manufacturing for Engineers and Scientists

University of Strathclyde – Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) Department for Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM)

(4 year programme) fully funded scholarships available for an Engineering Doctorate in Advanced Manufacturing (EngD)

September 2014

This Engineering Doctorate is offered by the Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Doctorate Centre (AMIDC) (http://www.strath.ac.uk/afrc/amidc). The Centre, which focuses on developing new and enhanced manufacturing techniques within the forming sector is a joint collaboration between Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM). The AMIDC is the only established forging and forming research centre in the UK.

Students will undertake focused research to understand and develop solutions to the technical issues associated with manufacturing in an industrial context. The outputs from these projects will contribute valuable research to support the Manufacturing Industry, and working within sponsored companies will enable EngD candidates to help resolve issues and push the boundaries of current manufacturing techniques.

We are currently looking for outstanding graduates to join our September 2014 cohort who have achieved or are expected to achieve a first or second class Honours degree in Engineering, Science or Technology subject, or a Masters in Engineering.

Funding Opportunities

UK applicants are eligible to apply for the full scholarship (covering fees and stipend) The annual tax-free stipend starting at 15k.

EU applicants who have been resident in the UK for 3 years or more are also eligible for the full (stipend and fees) scholarship. EU applicants who have not been resident in the UK for 3 years or more are eligible for fees only support but can apply for partial University funding.

Overseas applicants are not eligible for EPSRC funding support as part of this programme, but can apply for partial University funding or on a self funded basis.

For more information on Strathclyde University tuition fees please visit:
http://www.strath.ac.uk/tuitionfees/

Other criteria for Eligibility for more information on eligibility please visit the
EPSRC studentship pages.

Please visit our website: http://www.strath.ac.uk/afrc/amidc/, or contact our Programme Coordinator: for more information.

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Professional Doctorates available in the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment at NTU include. Doctor of Architecture (DArch). Read more

Professional Doctorates available in the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment at NTU include:

  • Doctor of Architecture (DArch)
  • Doctor of Design (DDes)
  • Doctor of Engineering (EngD)
  • Doctor of Engineering in Civil Engineering (EngD)
  • Doctor of Engineering in Construction Management (EngD)
  • Doctor of Real Estate (DRealEst)
  • Doctor of Surveying (DSurv)

Equivalent to a PhD, Professional Doctorates are increasingly recognised as the route of choice for industry professionals. The Professional Doctorate programme offers a part-time framework, and content is delivered through a series of key workshops associated with each module. You'll use your industry experience and current workplace knowledge to produce a substantive piece of research, while becoming part of a thriving community of postgraduate research and taught students here at NTU.

As well as having an individual director of study to support you, you'll also have access to our Creative and Virtual Technologies Research Lab.

Our Professional Doctorates are particularly suited to those in employment, working in a related industry. The part-time structure enable flexibility of study to fit around employment. The expected length of your studies will extend according to how much time you commit to the Doctorate.

The Professional Doctorate is particularly suited to mid-career professionals, as this route requires typically five to seven years' work experience in a related field. We also offer a PhD/MPhil research route which is suitable for high-achieving graduates.

Fees and funding

Take a look at our postgraduate fees and funding page for more information on scholarships, loans, and other funding opportunities.



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The Molecular Modelling and Materials Science MRes programme provides training in the key area of the application of state-of-the-art computer modelling and experimental characterisation techniques to determine the structure, properties and functionalities of materials and complex molecules. Read more

The Molecular Modelling and Materials Science MRes programme provides training in the key area of the application of state-of-the-art computer modelling and experimental characterisation techniques to determine the structure, properties and functionalities of materials and complex molecules.

About this degree

The programme provides specific training in molecular modelling methods and structure determination and characterisation techniques applicable to the materials sciences, together with tuition in research methods and the use of literature sources. The taught modules cover both specialist scientific topics and general project management and professional skills training relevant to the industrial environment.

Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits.

The programme consists of two core modules (45 credits), two optional modules (30 credits) and a research project (105 credits).

Core modules

Students take both modules listed below (45 credits) and submit a research dissertation (105 credits).

  • Simulation Methods in Materials Chemistry
  • The Scientific Literature

Optional modules

Students take 2 modules drawn from the following or take one from following and one from UCL postgraduate course worth 15 credits.

  • Researcher Professional Development
  • Mastering Entrepreneurship
  • Transferable Skills for Scientists
  • Numerical Methods
  • Concepts in Computational and Experimental Chemistry
  • Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry
  • Inorganic Rings, Chains and Clusters
  • Biological Chemistry
  • Principles of Drug Design
  • Principles and Methods of Organic Synthesis
  • Pathways, Intermediates and Function in Organic Chemistry
  • Advanced Topics in Physical Chemistry
  • New Directions in Materials Chemistry

Dissertation/report

All students undertake an independent research project which culminates in a substantial dissertation of approximately 12,000 to 15,000 words, and an oral presentation.

Teaching and learning

The programme is delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials, practical classes and seminars. Assessment is through unseen examination, presentation, coursework and the research project.

Further information on modules and degree structure is available on the department website: Molecular Modelling and Materials Science MRes

Careers

This MRes provides the ideal foundation for employment in a range of industries or further doctoral research, with increasing career opportunities in sectors including sustainable energy, catalysis, nanotechnology, biomedical materials and pharmaceuticals.

Recent career destinations for this degree

  • Pharmaceutical Conference Producer, SMi
  • EngD Chemistry,UCL
  • PhD Chemistry, Technische Universität Berlin (Technical Universit
  • PhD Computional Chemistry, UCL
  • Laboratory Demonstrator and Marker,UCL and studying Chemistry, UCL

Employability

The training provided by this program will enable the student to enter into a wide range of fields. Students may continue in academia to complete a PhD or pursue teaching as a profession. Students with the skills obtained during this study are highly sought after by the industrial sector, including IT, sustainable energy, catalysis, nanotechnology, biomedical materials and pharmaceuticals. Students are very likely to be welcome in the financial sector.

Careers data is taken from the ‘Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education’ survey undertaken by HESA looking at the destinations of UK and EU students in the 2013–2015 graduating cohorts six months after graduation.

Why study this degree at UCL?

UCL Chemistry's interests and research activities span the whole spectrum of chemistry from the development of new drugs to the prediction of the structure of new catalytic materials.

This programme was established by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in response to the needs of industry for highly qualified research leaders with industrial experience and it provides for significant collaboration between academic institutions and industry.

Research Excellence Framework (REF)

The Research Excellence Framework, or REF, is the system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions. The 2014 REF was carried out by the UK's higher education funding bodies, and the results used to allocate research funding from 2015/16.

The following REF score was awarded to the department: Chemistry

94% rated 4* (‘world-leading’) or 3* (‘internationally excellent’)

Learn more about the scope of UCL's research, and browse case studies, on our Research Impact website.



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Students will learn about the research process and research methodologies, and gain an understanding of policies, processes, technologies and materials available to shape the future of the urban environment. Read more

Students will learn about the research process and research methodologies, and gain an understanding of policies, processes, technologies and materials available to shape the future of the urban environment. Students can specialise by selecting modules from across a wide range of different topics and disciplines. As members of the Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience, students will join a community of innovative researchers tackling topics across this dynamic field and will benefit from the networking opportunities of this multidisciplinary environment.

The aim of the MRes in Urban Sustainability and Resilience is to equip students from a variety of backgrounds with the research skills, knowledge and understanding required to tackle current and future challenges faced by cities globally, including increasing the resilience of our urban systems, and the infrastructure that supports them, to shocks arising from natural, economic and technological disasters.

About this degree

Students will learn about the research process and research methodologies, and gain an understanding of policies, processes, technologies and materials available to shape the future of the urban environment. Students can specialise by selecting modules from across a wide range of different topics and disciplines. As members of the Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience, students will join a community of innovative researchers tackling topics across this dynamic field and will benefit from the networking opportunities of this multidisciplinary environment.

Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits.

The programme consists of two core modules (30 credits), two elective modules (30 credits) and a research project (120 credits).

Core modules

Students must undertake CEGEG104 (below) plus one other 15-credit research skills module from an approved list.

  • Interdisciplinary Thinking in Urban Sustainability and Resilience (CEGEG104)

Elective modules

Students choose elective modules (30 credits) from across UCL.

Dissertation/report

All students undertake an independent research project which culminates in a dissertation of up to 20,000 words and produce a presentation to be delivered at a dedicated event in September (120 credits).

Teaching and learning

The programme is delivered through a combination of lectures, problem classes, workshops and projects. Assessment is through examinations, project reports, coursework and project presentations.

Careers

Graduates may choose to enter employment as researchers within engineering, planning or consultancy firms and/or decide to undertake further study at PhD/EngD level.

Recent career destinations for this degree

  • EngD in Urban Sustainability and Resilience, UCL
  • MPhil in Urban Sustainability and Resilience, UCL
  • Data Analyst, Acciona and studying MSc in Environmental Systems Engineering, UCL
  • Senior Consultant, Buro Happold and studying PhD in Urban Sustainablity and Resilience, UCL

Employability

Our focus throughout the programme of finding practical solutions to global urban challenges gives our alumni strong problem-solving skills, providing them with a distinct advantage as they enter their professional lives. The centre has well-established partnerships with global engineering companies such as Arup and Atkins, and strong links with NGOs and government agencies such as Habitat for Humanity and London Underground. Through these links, and the knowledge and experience our students gain of working across disciplines, we ensure that our students are able to engage with academics and industry, and experts and non-experts alike on key urban sustainability and resilience issues. 

Why study this degree at UCL?

The Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience (USAR) is based within UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering (CEGE) - a revolutionary department within UCL, distinguished by its radical thinking and interdisciplinary approach to research and teaching.

Students work in a dynamic research environment that provides a critical mass of problem solvers and intellectual resources and offers excellent networking opportunities. USAR is an energetic and exciting environment which draws on staff from across the university.

The programme combines innovative, transformative investigation with practical application to respond to the challenge of making the world a better place.



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Our EngD projects are defined by our long standing industrial sponsors and address operational requirements identified by these companies. Read more
Our EngD projects are defined by our long standing industrial sponsors and address operational requirements identified by these companies. Projects are focused on our established areas of engineering expertise.

We are a leader in developing new manufacturing processes and products, such as functional coated steel. Our research in this area is led by the SPECIFIC project, in collaboration with Tata Steel.

Research into advanced, structural materials is undertaken in conjunction with the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Materials based at Swansea. These projects are funded by the EPSRC Strategic Partnership in Structural Metals for Gas Turbines.

We also offer EngD programmes in the research areas of functional coatings and advanced manufacturing. Please visit our website for more information.

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