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

 
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The MRes year is cohort-based and provides the essential foundation knowledge and research skills on the challenges of designing, maintaining, protecting, and improving critical infrastructure. In addition, each student will develop a unique personalised development plan with their supervisors.

The MRes year will focus on a range of professional, commercial and personal skills training (entrepreneurship, RI, creativity) in the form of:

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The collated activities:

  • are built around concepts of peer-to-peer learning through a problem-based approach.
  • will include self-reflection exercises structured around coursework to improve critical thinking
  • are crafted to exploit and provide context for a range of professional, commercial and personal skills training (Entrepreneurship, RI, Creativity)
  • will promote technical, personal and professional resilience 
  • will leverage significant input and involvement from from project partners.

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