Funded Studentships

You can use our search listing to find the right project for your skills, passion and expertise. The listing includes:

  • An extensive portfolio of PhD projects, with expert supervisory teams based in one of our leading research centres.
  • A number of PhD programmes with international partner universities around the world.

Please note: projects are updated regularly.

Non-funded studentships

We also welcome applications from suitably-qualified candidates with their own funding.

Non-funded studentships

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Efficiency Enhancement of Class-A Foams by Means of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles for Self-Organising Swarms of Autonomous UAVs to Fight Wildfires Funded

Institute for Future Transport & Cities

The aim of this project is to design an efficient suppressant to be carried by autonomous firefighting UAVs. Nanoparticles will be incorporated into Class-A foams to further enhance their cooling and coating actions whilst potentially also having a catalytic effect. Nanoparticles will be synthesised, characterised and incorporated to the foam. 

Calcined clays as a reactive alternative to fly ash as a binder in Portland cement concrete Funded

Centre for the Built and Natural Environment

A fully-funded PhD studentship in partnership with BRE Trust is available to study the use of naturally occurring clays as reactive (pozzolanic) materials for low carbon cement production.

Li-ion cells instrumentation: using optical fibre NanoPlasmonic sensing for in-situ chemical battery diagnostics Funded

Institute for Future Transport & Cities

Coventry University is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a (fully-funded) PhD studentship. This is a Li-ion battery diagnostics oriented PhD project, in close collaboration with a Swedish industrial partner Insplorion.

Optimising the nanoscale behaviour of novel materials for energy applications Funded

Institute for Future Transport & Cities

This project aims to understand and optimise the behaviour of a material at the nanoscale by studying the doping and defect processes and controlling the diffusion of novel smart materials, specifically for energy­ related applications.

Material monitoring for process control in the roll forming process Funded

Institute for Future Transport & Cities | Cotutelle Programme

This PhD project is part of the Cotutelle arrangement between Coventry University, UK and Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. The successful applicant will spend 2 years at Deakin and 1.5 years at Coventry, with a supervision team drawn from the two Universities.

Development of novel nanostructures for the next generation of Fuel Cell vehicles Funded

Institute for Future Transport & Cities

Coventry University is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship in the field of materials science for mobility applications.

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