The University of Nottingham has an international reputation as a world-leading research and award winning teaching institution and was ranked third in the UK for engineering research power in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
It has a beautiful campus in parkland close to Nottingham, the cultural and shopping capital of the East Midlands, and a vibrant community from more than 140 countries.
Our Engineering and Science Graduate Centre provides friendship, support, training and careers advice for all postgraduates. It also provides training for work placements and interviews.
The department was ranked 9th in the UK by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016 and hosts the largest power electronics research group in the UK.
Our globally recognised research gives you the opportunity to undertake live, innovative projects, and the department prides itself on its practical, industrial focus.
Many of our projects are multidisciplinary, carried out in collaboration with mechanical engineering, the physical sciences, biosciences and medicine. Our students often work closely with researchers in other disciplines in areas such as energy conversion, aerospace and biomedicine.
Our facilities include laser and ultrasonic laboratories comprising multiple optical benches, optical and electronic test and measurement equipment, VLSI/FPGA design facilities, a Giga-Hertz transverse electromagnetic (GTEM) cell, optical material evaluation systems, an anechoic chamber; photoluminescence and characterisation laboratories and a three phase power and an electronic drives laboratory.
How to apply
Our postgraduate applications website www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/how-to-apply provides information on the application process, entry requirements, advice on funding, and links to course information.
Funding and scholarship information can be found at: