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The University of Warwick

Non-Destructive Evaluation

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Rank: 11 (The Complete University Guide)

Location: Main Site

Website: https://www.warwick.ac.uk

Study mode full-time

Degree: Doctorate

Start Date: 2020/09/01

Duration: 48 months


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11

The Complete University Guide
19

UKEAS Ranking

The University of Warwick evaluation:

Engineering evaluation:

Description

University of Warwick has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.

Train as a researcher on the EngD in Non-destructive Evaluation. Ranked 3rd in the UK (REF 2014), Warwick's School of Engineering will provide you with specialist guidance. With modules taught by academics from six partner universities, as well as input from industrialists.The CDT (EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training) defines the areas of industrial interest, and from those, students can apply to the CDT for funding. Studnts can registaer for an EngD at any of the six universities, but the CDT will define a specific university/industrial member combination together with the topic to be studied. This is because the industry partner has to provide some resource to the project.The student can be based either in the industrial company or at the University, whichever is most convenient, with most projects being based within the University in year 1 and at the company in later years. Within the University of Warwick, the student will be based in either the School of Engineering or the Department of Physics, depending on the topic of interest and academic supervisor.Prospective students have to apply to the CDT directly initially, and if accepted they can apply to be admitted to the EngD degree at the relevant University.The EngD requires the student to attend and pass a series of training modules, run by various members of the CDT consortium, and which change from one year to the next depending on availability of training staff.

Requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements 2:i undergraduate degree in a related subject or Master's degree at merit level (or equivalent). English language requirements Band A: IELTS overall score of 6.5, minimum component scores not below 6.0. Please check the University of Warwick website for the most up-to-date information.

Language qualifications

IELTS: 6.5 (none below 6.0)


Notice: This score might not be totally accurate. It is the default IELTS grade for The University of Warwick, Engineering .

About this university

International students

Around 27% of students at the university come from outside the UK and over 100 countries are represented by international students. The International Department is available to help these students with a wide range of matters. This assistance starts from before they arrive at the university with matters such as immigration paperwork and visas. They can also help with issues such as working while studying and travelling abroad from the UK while being a student here. They host Orientation Week when students first arrive to help them adapt to their new environment and can even arrange a campus visit beforehand. Their help centre is on hand to assist with practical matters as well as finding out more about student life events through the Student Union. Student life is organised into two phases with the first year, life revolving around the campus and the Students’ Union then after this, more focus on off-campus. The Students Union is responsible for the organisation of some 260 societies and 76 sports clubs. It has two main buildings, the SUHQ including the admin offices and restaurant and the Union Building with the entertainment facilities.it also operates a number of venues including a pub, club venue and teashop. There also a number of special events held during the year on a wide range of subjects including arts, economics, climate issues and international aid. Student media includes a radio station, newspaper, magazines, student cinema and a TV station.

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