EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Water Infrastructure and Resilience

60 PhD Students to be funded over the next five years for UK and EU students. You will:

Tackle critical issues associated with our water infrastructure to make them more resilient to the effects of:

  • climate change
  • population growth
  • changing water quality
  • regulatory pressures

Develop solutions that consider the complexity of water infrastructure through whole systems thinking

Work on PhD projects that have been co-created with end-user partners

If you are interested in a unique PhD experience read on….

Study at one of three top universities for water research

Undertake an industrial placement & an overseas placement

Hands on training using large scale experimental facilities

Receive a stipend of £21,000 per year (with fees paid) for eligible students

Why this CDT…..

  • Access to outstanding, world leading experimental facilities: www.ukcric.com
  • Develop multi-disciplinary skills
  • Deliver cutting edge research with industry partners
  • Develop effective communication strategies to disseminate your research