Academic entry requirements
Applicants should have a minimum of a 2:1 undergraduate degree and desirably hold or expect to achieve excellent grades in a masters degree, in a relevant subject from a UK university or comparable qualifications from another recognised university.
The project would suit an engineer with experience of computational fluid dynamics.
Applicants should submit a 500-750 words research statement that covers what interests them in the project, what they might bring to the project and how they might develop it.
Expertise required for this appointment include: a strong interest in computational science, code development and high performance computing. Desirable skills and expertise include understanding of at least one of the areas of computational fluid dynamics, microbiology, clinical imaging. In addition, the candidate should possess strong written and oral communication skills; a commitment to excellence and an ambition to succeed in work that can revolutionise medical product design. Since the project is highly interdisciplinary and involves work among different groups the candidates are expected to be able to work within specific deadlines.
Residential eligibility criteria
UK/EU students only.
English language entry requirements
Applicants whose first language is not English must have successfully completed a Secure English language Test (SELT) in the last two years. Applicants who have obtained or are studying for a UK degree may apply without a SELT. However, the university may request a SELT is taken as part of any award made.
English language IELTS requirements: an overall score of 6.5 with 6.5 in reading and writing, 6.0 in listening and speaking.
If you have an English language qualification other than IELTS, please contact us to see if you are eligible to apply for a studentship. The UK Home Office will not accept TOEFL tests as proof of meeting the English language requirements.