An Engineering Doctorate (EngD) is an enhanced PhD designed by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to provide a new generation of outstanding research engineers.
Our research engineers undertake a bespoke, 1-year technical training MRes course followed by 3 years' full-time work on their sponsor's project.
Engineering doctorate projects have two aims:
- to produce future leaders in innovative R&D with outstanding academic and industrial perspectives; and
- to generate significant, industry-focused research projects that create a step change in the company's knowledge and capability.
Our EngD is open to articulate and highly motivated graduates in any branch of architecture and engineering (or other relevant disciplines).
To find out more, contact Dejan Mumovic.
Engineering Doctorate (EngD)
The UCL Engineering Doctorate Centre in Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation studies natural, artificial and social phenomena using computational modelling and simulation in support of decision-making processes in the built environment.