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 Michelle Atkins for more information.
Engineering at Lancaster is a full partner in the EPSRC Nuclear EngD centre which provides outstanding young nuclear Research Engineers with intensive, broad-based training in collaboration with industrial companies, equipping them to take up senior roles within the nuclear industry.
In addition to obtaining a high quality qualification, Research Engineers will gain experience of working in an industrial research and development environment. This four-year programme involves you, the Research Engineer, being based within an industrial company in the UK.
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.