GRADUATE STUDENTSHIPS IN THE APPLICATION OF ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE
The Managers expect each year to elect at least one W. D. Armstrong Studentship, tenable in the University, for full-time postgraduate work in a field related to the application of engineering in medicine.
The studentship will normally be available to home, EU or overseas students. The financial support comprises approved College and University fees (at the Home or EU rate) and maintenance at the standard EPSRC rate, together with any fee approved by the Managers for training. In fixing the value of the studentship, account will be taken of other resources available to the student, including other awards held. The studentship will normally be held, subject to satisfactory progress, for the prescribed duration of the course. The studentships are not normally intended for support of candidates who have already embarked on a course of research leading to a Ph.D. Degree.
Students applying to undertake research in the eligible Departments (the Department of Engineering, the Computer Laboratory) in the School of Technology and any of the departments in the School of the Clinical Medicine), will be considered for nomination for a W.D. Armstrong studentship by their Departments. There is no need for prospective students to apply separately.
Supervisors are invited to propose projects as soon as possible, for consideration by the Fund Managers. A copy of the supervisor application form can be found below.