We will advertise any TSL-specific vacancies on Jobs.ac.uk and this page. We are always keen to hear from exceptional candidates who are eligible for funding through internal or external scholarship and fellowship schemes. For more information please refer to the guide below and contact Dr Angeloudis.
Ideal candidates should have or expect to obtain a first-class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant quantitative discipline (e.g. Engineering, Logistics, Computing, Economics}, and a passion for transport systems and operations research.
In your initial email, you should explain your interest in working with our group, and include a brief outline of your prospective topic of study (approximately 400 words), a recent CV and an indication of the funding mechanism(s) that you wish to apply for, or ability to self-fund. Candidates are reminded to consider their fee status (Home/EEA/Overseas) while reviewing funding sources.
- The President’s PhD Scholarships is the premier doctoral funding mechanism at Imperial College London, and open to exceptionally high performing candidates regardless of fee status.
- A number of EPSRC scholarships are available every year through the Centre for Sustainable Civil Engineering. Due to RCUK eligibility rules, these are only available to Home and certain EEA Nationals.
- A growing number of scholarship schemes is offered in collaboration with international organisations.
- External doctoral funding schemes awarded without College involvement are listed here.
We are happy to hear from potential applicants of external fellowship schemes who wish to be hosted within TSL. Indicative schemes within the remit of our research are:
We regularly host student interns funded through the Imperial College Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Angeloudis before the end of January to discuss options. We regret that we cannot offer internships or term placement to external students.
Dissertation opportunities with our group are advertised to the students of the MEng in Civil & Environmental Engineering and MSc in Transport. The projects we offer typically require good programming skills and an interest in computational optimisation or statistics .