EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Diversity led, mission-driven research

The EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Diversity-Driven Mission-Led Research (DiveIn CDT) is a new doctoral training opportunity at the University of Glasgow, focused on bringing together diverse teams to tackle interdisciplinary, mission-driven challenges at the forefront of research.

Are you keen to use your STEM knowledge to make a difference? Are you considering postgraduate research but are looking for something different? DiveIn invites you to break barriers and redefine what is possible. Our innovative Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) model prioritises diversity, creating an inclusive space for varied talents to produce transformative interdisciplinary research. So DiveIn and let your research journey start here, where your unique perspective is not just valued; it is the driving force behind groundbreaking innovation.

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Join DiveIn

With applications due to open in September 2024, the DiveIn CDT is looking to recruit scientists from a wide range of backgrounds and disciplines to join the CDT for fully funded four-year interdisciplinary PhDs starting in the 2025/26 academic year (starting in September 2025), in one or more of the six priority areas listed below:

  1. Beyond Net Zero
  2. Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
  3. Technology Touching Life
  4. Quantum Technologies
  5. Future Telecoms
  6. Problem-Based Interdisciplinary Research

The funding provided for these fully funded PhDs will include four years of both tuition fees and stipends (currently confirmed as £19,132 for the 2024/25 academic year).

If you are interested in applying for this PhD opportunity, please complete the Expression of Interest below, so we can update you once the full application launches in September 2024. Please note, this opportunity is available to both international and home students. Should you have any queries, please contact us.

Expression of Interest

If you are an academic who knows of a candidate who would be well suited to undertaking a PhD via the DiveIn CDT, please share this opportunity with them so they can register their interest, or alternatively you can provide us with your contact details here so we can inform you when we start accepting applications in September 2024. 

Please note, the full version of the DiveIn CDT website will launch in the coming months, before we start accepting applications in September 2024 for fully funded four-year PhDs commencing in the 2025/26 academic year.