Our graduate research programmes put you at the forefront of human knowledge. Studying at UCL Engineering, you’ll have the resources and stimulating environment you need to achieve your potential.
Due to current coronavirus (Covid-19) conditions, some programmes listed below may be temporarily paused or amended for 2020-21. Select the individual programme titles below for specific information. Visit UCL's coronavirus website for general details and FAQs.
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You will work towards a PhD or EngD qualification and at the end of your time with us you will produce a doctoral thesis that represents a significant advance in your field. Our programmes have a variety of structures and formats, typically consisting of a 3 or 4-year programme focusing on one principal research project carried out at UCL under the supervision of a member of academic staff.
Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy
Security and Crime Science
Centres for Doctoral Training
Our funded centres bring together a complementary selection of academic and industry interests to train small groups of students in subject areas important to the UK. The following centres are wholly or partly based at UCL Engineering: