Degree: Bachelor， Master
Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: Open
University College London (UCL), founded in London in 1826, is a public research university, the founding college of the University of London Alliance, a founding member of the Russell Group of Universities and the European Research University Alliance. It is also known as one of the “G5 Super Elite Universities”.
University College London was founded on 11 February 1826, originally as London University. Given that the only two universities in England at the time – Oxford and Cambridge – were strictly ecclesiastical, University College London was intended to be a secular alternative to universities of a religious nature. From the outset, University College London was founded and developed as a comprehensive university, rather than as a mere college or research institution.
In 2021-22, UCL was ranked 8th in the QS World University Rankings, 16th in the U.S. News World University Rankings, 16th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 17th in the Soft Science World University Academic Rankings.
- Technology options for a circular net-zero transformation of the UK steel industry: needs-based insights
- A systems approach in the built environment
- A high-fidelity coupled urban building and microclimate modelling approach for energy-efficient and climate-responsive buildings
- A framework for integrating indoor environmental quality exposure inequalities
- A new “OLFACTORY” method for assessing the presence of mould in buildings
- Quantifying barriers to the adoption of heat pumps for decarbonised heating
- Modelling salt crystallisation processes in porous heritage building materials
- Warm@Home: Stock modeling using customizable social technical parameters for home heating
- Energy demand elasticity identification and solutions
- Performance-based parametric design to address overheating of the UK housing stock
- The UK’s net zero housing stock is resilient to high temperature exposure due to climate change
- Why do EPC forecasts and measured energy consumption not match?
- Fuel scarcity and smart meters
- Understanding the real impact of excess moisture on internal wall insulation: the new moisture standard
- Data-driven technology for low carbon, healthy homes
- Enhancing a balanced microbiome for a healthier indoor environment
- The impact of fares and passenger heterogeneity on airline behaviour and aviation policy outcomes
- Addressing air quality and thermal performance to help tackle inequalities in overcrowded UK homes: developing an enhanced household overcrowding indicator
- The EPSRC DTP Studentship provides a living costs allowance (£20,668 in 2022/23), full fees and a research support grant. Applications are welcome from students with family and international fee status, and international students are eligible for a 30% bursary and full international fees are included.
- These projects proposed by the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources are part of a University College London wide competition for approximately 60 studentships which will be awarded across University College London as part of the University College London EPSRC DTP. 60 successful proposals will be selected following interviews with applicants.
- For full details of the eligibility criteria and application process, please visit the UCL EPSRC DTP website.