School of Science and Technology Studentships
We are an exciting multidisciplinary environment for learning, teaching and research, with some of the best facilities in the UK.
We specialise in biosciences, chemistry, computing and technology, engineering, forensic science, mathematics, physics and sport science. This mix of traditional and modern subjects facilitates dynamic, truly interdisciplinary research.
Research in the School of Science and Technology is rich and diverse, with staff conducting internationally recognised and world-leading research of major importance to society, providing significant contributions to scientific knowledge, advanced research training and commercial prospects.
NTU Fully-funded PhD Studentship Scheme 2022
When making an application for a studentship, you will need to demonstrate how your proposal aligns with our research strengths, so ensure you are familiar with our research centres. Alternatively, you can submit an application for one of our dedicated research projects.
Our research centres
Centre for Health, Ageing and Understanding Disease (CHAUD)
CHAUD is structured around four themes covering various aspects of human health and chronic diseases, including cancers which are treatable but not curable, diabetes and other inflammatory conditions.
Centre for Computer Science and Informatics
The Computing and Informatics Research Centre (CIRC) harnesses Enabling Technologies including Machine Learning, AI, advanced display technologies, intelligent sensors, IoT, and robotics to drive advances in health, education, care of the elderly, and intelligent transportation systems.
Imaging, Materials and Engineering Centre
To solve modern engineering problems requires an interdisciplinary approach. At IMEC this principle is embedded in the way we do research in the applied sciences and engineering, with our strengths in imaging, materials, and smart and medical technologies.
Sport, Health and Performance Enhancement Research Centre (SHAPE)
SHAPE was launched in 2015 to provide a structured research environment in which to investigate the biological, behavioural and societal impact of sport and exercise for human performance, health and well-being.