Nuclear Energy Futures: EPSRC Sponsored Centre for Doctoral Training
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Nuclear Energy Futures launched in 2019 and will train help the next generation of PhD students in nuclear science, technology and engineering.
The CDT is led by Imperial College London and unites Bangor University with partners from across the UK. The consortium comprises: Bangor University, University of Bristol, University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and The Open University.
We are currently inviting applications for four-year fully-funded PhD studentships, starting in October 2019 these may be at Bangor University or one of the other CDT partners.
This page provides information specific to the PhDs that will take place at Bangor University
Find out more...
- More information (including how to apply) is available from the main CDT web page.
- For enquiries relating to the CDT at Bangor please contact Dr. Michael Rushton.
Current CDT PhD Opportunities at Bangor
Below is a list of CDT PhD studentships at Bangor University to start in October 2019. The full list of PhDs available through the CDT, including our partners, can be found here.
If you have any enquiries about a specific project please contact the listed supervisor directly. The closing date for applications is August 5th 2019. We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date when all vacancies for 2019 are filled.