The PhD programme at the Faculty of Engineering is a PhD programme at an international level. This means that as a PhD student you will be brought to the forefront of international research. While working on your project, you will achieve new research results that are eligible for publication in international scientific journals of the highest standard. You will also acquire teaching and knowledge dissemination skills and establish a broad academic basis by attending specialised PhD courses.
The PhD programme is offered by the Faculty's PhD school. The PhD school of the Faculty of Engineering has six research training programmes:
On these web pages you will find the applicable rules and regulations governing the Faculty's PhD programme. The programme is offered within the framework laid down by the Ministerial Order on PhD programmes at the universities (Ministerial PhD Order) of 14 January 2008, supplemented by local rules and regulations.
The Faculty's PhD programme supports the option of completing Industrial PhD research projects realised as a partnership between private enterprise, an Industrial PhD student and the university. Third parties from both the public and private sectors can participate.
Meet one of our Industrial PhD students, Janet Kelly, who is completing her project in a partnership between the Faculty of Engineering, Novo Nordisk A/S and Oticon: