Our PhD programme has a single intake in October, with up to 15 places available.
We welcome applications from individuals holding or expecting a good degree in physics, electronic or electrical engineering (first or 2:1) with a genuine interest in compound semiconductors and enthusiasm for the group approach. Applicants with a lower second class degree (2:2) may be considered if they have a good result at Masters level study or have significant relevant work experience.
Applicants whose first language is not English are normally expected to meet the minimum requirements of Cardiff University, which is currently an IELTS (Academic) of 6.5 with a 5.5 in each sub-score.
We have completed our first two rounds of interviews and have 2-3 places remaining for the 2020 intake. We will be operating a rolling application and interview process for these, with the next deadline being 26 July, for interviews in the first week of August.
We recommend you apply as soon as possible to receive full consideration.
Interviews are required, though these may be in person or virtual depending on your location. We will pay reasonable expenses for attendance at interview. Details will be provided in your invitation.
You must provide two references, at least one of which should be an academic referee. These should be uploaded not later than the application deadline, where possible, but before the interview date in all cases. At least one positive reference is required for us to make you an offer.
Normally, to be eligible for this CDT, you must have no restrictions on how long you can stay in the UK and have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least 3 years prior to the start date of the studentship (with some further constraints regarding residence for education).
Please see full details of the programme and online application form via the Cardiff University website.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at email@example.com or by telephone on 029 2251 1593 (phone option is not currently available due to COVID-19 campus closure).