Glasgow Caledonian University is home to a dynamic research community, with students on campuses in Glasgow, London and spread across the globe. Working closely with GCU’s award-winning Graduate School, we offer supervision for completion of Masters (MPhil) and PhDs as well as Professional Doctorates. We also offer a taught Master of Research Methods programme.
- Multicore Implementation of Signal and Machine Learning Algorithms
- Game technology to enhance arm rehabilitation after stroke
- Control and Protection of AC/DC Distribution Power Network
We are seeking postgraduate applications from highly qualified individuals in areas which fit with our own research expertise. Our self-funded PhDs can be offered in full-time, part-time and distance learning study mode. Below is a list of project ideas but we welcome your own ideas that align with the broad themes of our expertise.
Self-funded PhD opportunities in Efficient Systems:
Self-funded PhD opportunities in Built Environment:
To apply for a PhD or Professional Doctorate degree please complete the GCU Research Application Form
Please complete the research application form above, stating the project title and reference number and attach a research proposal.*
The form should be sent with copies of academic qualifications (including IELTS if required), two references and any other relevant documentation to: email@example.com. If you require further information about a project, please refer to the staff contact in the project summary. Applicants shortlisted for a PhD will be contacted for an interview.
Professional Doctorate Applications
Please complete the research application form above, indicating your chosen pathway in section 3 [see Prof D programme for pathways available] and including a summary of the proposed research in section 4. The form should be sent along with copies of academic qualifications (including IELTS if required), 2 references, a letter of support from your current employer and any other relevant documentation to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants shortlisted for a Prof D programme will be contacted for an interview. Please note that the programme commences in January of each year. The deadline for applications is 31st October for entry the following January.