This page contains guidance for prospective applicants who would wish to join our group. Please refer to the relevant section below for our answers to frequently asked questions relating to different types of applicants:
You can also get in touch with us for any queries that are not covered by the guidance on this page.
We always welcome applications from potential PhD applicants with a strong record of academic achievement. If you are interested in applying for a PhD position in our lab, we recommend that in the first instance, you should send a get in touch with our group leader, Dr Angeloudis, attaching an up-to-date CV.
Should you decide to proceed with an application, please make sure that you include a personal statement that is 3-4 pages long and follows the structure below:
PhD funding is available through a variety of scholarship schemes (information and links available below). Please be advised that we will only nominate applicants who have obtained a 1st class degree (or equivalent) at an undergraduate level and distinction (or equivalent) at the MSc level.
Many of our students are also funded through scholarship schemes from their home countries - please let us know if you have identified such a scheme.
If you have any questions about the process, please refer to the list of FAQs below. General information can also be found at the Imperial College webpage.
We do not currently have direct funding available for postdocs and research fellows. However, if you would like to propose a collaboration based on an externally-funded post-doctoral scholarship, please get in touch.
We welcome applications for summer internships from students who are currently studing towards an undergraduate engineering, mathematics or computer science degree in the United Kingdom.