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How do I know if my background is suitable for the Hub?

Our Skills and Training Hub will equip a future generation of quantum engineers with a skillset to understand cutting-edge quantum research, a mindset toward developing this innovation, and the entrepreneurial skills to lead the market. We are therefore looking for engineering and physical science graduates who want to be at the forefront of quantum technology innovation and entrepreneurship.

I already have a Masters Degree, so do I still need to take the MSc to get on the doctoral programme?

Yes. The MSc is an integral part of the doctoral training and provides a basis for the research undertaken in years 2 to 4. Most of the students already have a taught MEng or MSci etc. but the MSc in Quantum Engineering prepares you to perform specialised research in your field.  It also gives you access to business and entrepreneurship courses to help prepare you for bringing your research into the marketplace. 

What is the Syllabus for the Taught MSc?

The first 6 months will consist of taught courses whereas the second 6 month period will be devoted to a project.  The current syllabus is in on the website but more detail can be found in the MSc in Quantum Engineering programme specification‌.

When is the best time to apply?

The admissions round for October 2018 intake is now open so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible. We consider applications as they are received and will hold panel interviews in mid-March 2018. Funded places will be allocated from end of March 2018 onwards. Instructions on applying can be found on our information for prospective students website.

Is there a list of PhD projects available?

Students will be allocated to a project at recruitment. The research project areas available in 2018 can be found on the Studentship web page.

The project titles of the research being undertaken by our current PhD students are available on the Cohort 1 Student Profile pages.

Some examples of the broad areas of research undertaken by the Hub can be found on our research pages.

How many funded students will there be in the cohort?

We expect to take 7 funded students onto cohort 3 starting in October 2018.

As an EU citizen, am I eligible for funding from the Hub?

Unfortunately, the Hub is unable to offer studentships for EU students for 2018 entry unless you meet the residency requirement which is that you have been studying in the UK for a minimum of three years prior to joining the QSE Hub, or are otherwise ordinarily resident in the UK.

I am a non-EU overseas student - how can I get funding for the doctoral training?

Unfortunately the Hub does not have any fully funded studentships for overseas students. Imperial College has a limited number of scholarships available but these are very competitive. There are also non-imperial scholarships you may wish to apply to.