Engineering Research Courses
The Engineering Department at Lancaster University welcomes applications from outstanding graduates to undertake engineering research projects in the fields of:
- Nuclear Engineering
- Control and Instrumentation
- Mobile Robots
- Advanced Structures
- Micro and Nano Technology
- High Power Microwave Engineering
3-4 years full time or 4-7 years part-time. Funded opportunities are detailed here.
Engineering (by Research): MSc
May be taken full-time over the course of one year or two years part-time. Fully-funded scholarships may be available, please contact our admissions team for more information.
Applicants for postgraduate research courses in Engineering must have a first class or upper second class honours degree in a relevent engineering or science discipline. International students must meet the relevent academic standards plus one of the following English Language qualifications: IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 93.
Funded PhDs in Nuclear Engineering
Next Generation Nuclear is a partnership between the Universities of Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.
Its mission is to develop the next generation of research leaders to support the UK's present and future strategic nuclear programmes - cleaning up the nuclear legacy, building new nuclear power stations, and defence and security.
In its first cohort, there will be 14-18 fully-funded four-year PhD studentships available across the partner universities. Many of these will involve close collaboration with industry, including secondments into industrial nuclear research centres.