Engineering: M2A Fully Funded MSc by Research Scholarships at Swansea University: 14 projects available

  • Master
  • Full cost of UK/EU tuition fees, plus a stipend
  • 28 February 2018

The Materials and Manufacturing Academy (M2A) is a Swansea University initiative which provides industry-led postgraduate research training in the areas of advanced materials and manufacturing. The Materials and Manufacturing Academy (M2A) is offering 14 fully-funded MSc by Research scholarships at Swansea University in the following subject areas:

Buildings as Power Stations ‚Äď Hybrid Energy Solution

Production of synthetic gypsum from steelmaking slags

Solar PV Microinverter-tracker

Replacement for Fordax ‚Äď Accident and Incident Reporting Database

The Assessment of Metals in WEEE For Economic Optimisation of Recycling Processes

Characterisation tool of Perovskite photovoltaics based on TCSPC

Corrosion Resistance of Super Duplex Stainless Steels

Alternative Strain Gauge Manufacturing Processes

Multi-functionality in 3D Printed Structures

Automation of ladle hook engagement

Rapid prototyping and tooling of automotive seal mouldings

Alternative manufacturing solutions for lightweight automotive interior and exterior brightware

Advanced Surface photovoltage measurements methods to enhance and characterize the performance of solar cells

Identification of passivity breakdown parameters for Magnox nuclear fuel cladding in pond storage conditions


Candidates should hold an Engineering or Physical Sciences degree with a minimum classification level of 2:1 or equivalent relevant experience. Please see individual project adverts above for specific eligibility criteria. Please visit our website for more information.


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Each scholarship covers the full cost of UK/EU tuition fees, plus a tax free stipend of £12,500 p.a.


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