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There are a wide variety of opportunities to gain a Masters or PhD qualification by research. Enquiries should be made to individual supervisors, in your area o f interest, about the research projects currently available.
- Master of Engineering Management
- Master of Engineering with Business
- Master of Engineering in Energy Systems
- Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Materials Science & Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering
- MEngSc in Engineering Management
- MEngSc in Materials Science & Engineering
- PhD in BIM-based sustainable life-cycle information processes for the built environment, including circular economy
- PhD: Two dimensional material micro/nano patterning
- MEngSc (Research)/PhD - Nanosatellite System Modelling and Testing
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – In vitro skin model
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – In vitro breast cancer model
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – Cellular Agriculture
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – Wound Healing
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – Tendon engineering
- Fully Funded PhD Studentship – Multi-compartment and multi-delivery biomaterials
- PhD Scholarships in Nanomanufacturing
- Optical Freeform Design and Manufacturing - PhD
- High Precision Machining of Brittle Materials - PhD
Application Procedure for Research Postgraduate Degrees (MEngSc and PhD)
Please see the 'Current Opportunities' pages where all of the schools research opportunities are listed.
When you come across a project in which you are interested please contact the supervisor and discuss with him/her what the project entails, your background, funding etc.
If you both decide to pursue the application please apply online at here.
If you are overseas or it is difficult for you to contact the supervisor, simply fill in the application form and return to the above address. If you have any questions please contact Oran O'Rua on +353 1 716 1787 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate SupervisionThe style of supervision provided depends upon the type of project and the individual student.
It generally involves daily to weekly informal meetings with the research supervisor, together with the requirement for the student to write periodic progress reports.
Academic supervisors and technical staff are always willing to provide support and guidance should students encounter any difficulties in their research.