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.

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Non-funded studentships

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

Non-funded studentships

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Making Motion Tangible: Embodied and Critical Research at the Human-machine Interface

This PhD project is part of the Cotutelle arrangement between Coventry University, UK and Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. The successful applicant will spend the first year at Coventry University and the following year at Deakin University, and then the final one and a half years at Coventry University. The supervision team will be drawn from the two Universities.

Nonequilibrium two-phase flow in disordered media: Memory, hysteresis and energy dissipation

This interdisciplinary project aims to resolve this knowledge gap. To that end, we will develop state-of-the-art computational and experimental methods, in close collaboration with prof. with M. Dentz (IDAEA-CSIC) and J. Ortin (Uni. of Barcelona), including short stays in their laboratories in Barcelona. The project also aims to use the insights gained from the small-scale investigation towards reservoir simulations of carbon geosequestration, in collaboration with the British Geological Survey.

Trailblazers: The Early Career Researcher and PhD Candidate Partnering Scheme

The scheme provides PhD candidates with an innovative and dynamic intellectual space in which to undertake transformative research, whilst fully supported by a team of experienced supervisors.

Occurrence, fate and sources of antibiotics in the river system, Indonesian case study

This PhD project is part of the ITB-CU dual award programme. Dr. Ir. Dwina Roosmini,a Head of Center for Environmental Studies from the Institut Teknologi Bandung  (ITB) (Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Indonesia), will be a collaborative partner and a DoS from IBT for this project.

Prevention of Diabetes Related Retinopathy: Using Artificial Intelligence Technology to Transform Clinical Outcomes

Coventry University is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship which will consider the use of AI technologies to transform clinical outcomes.