This is an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Programme for Engineering, Management and Science-based students. It is an opportunity for students and graduates to carry out in depth study and research within advanced manufacturing techniques, forging and forming.
The Programme is part of the new Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Doctorate Centre (AMIDC) a new centre for learning, funded in part by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Students & Graduates: This programme will help you develop your knowledge and understanding of manufacturing issues, gain industrial experience and to learn how to expertly communicate and implement viable real-world engineering solutions.
Interested Industry parties: This is a direct approach to recruit EngD students to research solutions for specific manufacturing issues through targeted research. AMIDC is interested to hear more about potential industry EngD projects, please contact the Project Coordinator (email@example.com) for more information.
Further relevant information within this website can be found in the EngD Info, Projects and Apply pages.
- Competitive stipend/salary of around £15,500 per annum for eligible students.
- All fees and additional training will be provided as part of the programme for eligible students.
- Masters level course is provided to underpin student`s Engineering and Manufacturing knowledge.
- Opportunity to achieve an EngD qualification, with the same prestige and ranking as a traditional PhD award.
- Four years gaining valuable industry experience working directly with global manufacturing companies.
This programme is run by the University of Strathclyde and jointly hosted by the University`s department of Design Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM) and their industry-focused research centre, the Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC).
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