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University of Strathclyde
17 February 2012
Earth, Environment & Energy, Engineering

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Wind Energy Systems Research Studentships

Study for PhD with the UK's leading University wind energy research centre and become qualified to contribute to this dynamic and fast growing sector.

The UK Wind Engergy Research Centre at the University of Strathclyde is pleased to offer  10 prestigious 4 year research studentships for talented engineering or physical science graduates to undertake a PhD in wind energy research.  The students would join the recently established ESPRC Doctoral Training Centre in Wind Energy Systems, which is part of this national centre of excellence at the University.

A unique programme combining training and research is provided to help graduates make the career transition into this rapidly expanding area where there is proven and rapidly growing international demand for well qualified people.  To prepare for this exciting future, graduates will work closely with manufacturers, developers and researchers.  This multi-disciplinary programme brings together graduates from different science and technology disciplines to create a unique community of researchers, and includes training in all aspects of wind energy systems including the wider socio-economic context.

Studentships are available to UK and eligable EU citizens with (or be about to obtain) a 2.1 or better or a Masters degree in Physical Science or Engineering.  Studentships will start in October 2012 and will cover University fees and a highly competitive stipend.

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University of Strathclyde

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