The School of Engineering within the University of Warwick is proud to offer PhD studentship program for new international students. This PhD scholarship is available for the field Microgrid or Machine Learning. All students who expect to obtain or have obtained at least a good 2.1 degree by the start date or preferably a master’s degree from foreign institutions are all welcome to apply. If you possess either qualification then apply for the PhD studentship at University of Warwick now!
The University of Warwick is a highly selective institution in the United Kingdom. It has an average intake of 4,950 undergraduates out of 38,071 applicants yielding 7.6 candidates per place. The University was formed in 1965 as a part of a government initiative to expand higher education institutions. It is a public research institution located right on the outskirts of Coventry, England.
The School of Engineering at the University of Warwick initiated the PhD studentship program in support of an awarded EPSRC grant in Data-driven Intelligent Energy Management System for a micro grid. This project consists of eight project partners which also includes the National Grid UK. Applications for the PhD studentship at University of Warwick are invited this year. The qualified student will be expected to collaborate with two postdocs that are working in this project along with other researchers in the project supervisor’s team. The studentship is intended for a three year duration and will start on October 1, 2019.
This project intends to develop an intelligent energy management system for a grid- connected microgrid that consists of distributed renewable energy sources, local loads and energy storages. This will optimize energy usage efficiency and make renewable generation more cost effective while minimizing environmental impact as well as provide ancillary services.
The studentship will cover an annual stipend at the standard rate which now amounts to £ 14,777 and cover the whole tuition costs at the UK/EU rate for three years.
- Overseas students are welcome to apply provided they meet the difference in fees (consult Prof. Zhao for options)
- Candidates should have obtained or expect to obtain by the commencement date at least a good 2.1 degree. A master’s degree is preferable or its equivalent from an overseas institution.
Candidates are encourage to apply as soon as possible as the start date is flexible and this post is on a rolling basis. Should you wish to have an informal discussion regarding the PhD studentship at University of Warwick, please refer to Prof. Xiaowei Zhao via email at
In order to apply for this call you must email your academic transcripts, full CV, and a cover letter outlining your interest in pursuing a doctoral in this area to the aforementioned email. Use this subject line: PhD Application.
Should you be successful at the interview, you’ll be required to forward a formal application for study as well as fulfil the entry requirements set by the University. You will then be invited to upload your documents the moment you have a University ID number.
Visit the university’s website for more information.