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PhD in Scientific Computing

Information on how to enter our PhD programme


General information about eligibility and how to apply may be found at the University admissions page:

A common route for admission into our PhD programme is via the Centre’s MPhil programme in Scientific Computing. The MPhil is offered by the University of Cambridge as a full-time course and introduces students to research skills and specialist knowledge. Covering topics of high-performance scientific computing and advanced numerical methods and techniques, it produces graduates with rigorous research and analytical skills, who are formidably well-equipped to proceed to doctoral research or directly into employment in industry.

Click here for more information about the MPhil.

Participating Research Groups

List of the groups who offer PhD positions in Scientific Computing and its applications

This is a list of research groups and individuals who contribute to the Centre's teaching and research and offer graduate research positions in scientific computing and its applications.

If you are interested specifically in the development and applications of Computational Methods for Materials Modelling, please visit the website of the Lennard-Jones Centre (link opens in a new window).