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EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World (FIBE2)

 
Why should you apply?
 
  • You will be exposed to  the broad field of resilient infrastructure.
  • You will learn from and work with leading industry figures.
  • You will become part of an active and diverse community of academics, post-docs and graduate students within the University
  • The MRes year and its associated modules provide context for a range of professional, commercial and personal skills training while the MRes research project forms the start of the PhD study. 
     
  • The 4-year MRes + PhD course promotes technical, personal and professional resilience and leverage significant input and involvement with academic, research and industry staff with a wide range of expertise.
  • On completion you will have expert knowledge in the area of Resilient Infrastructure relevant to your research project

 

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