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Expression of Interest: Pursue Research with IEPC

Interested in pursuing research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering? Read this notice for further info. 

Researchers/Students interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree [MSc by research degree (MQF level 7) or PhD in Engineering degree (MQF level 8)] with the department of IEPC should contact the department directly on iepc.eng@um.edu.mt. Interested researchers/students should express interest in an area under the remit of the department of IEPC and should also send a copy of their CV together with a transcript record of their B.Eng. (Hons.) degree. A meeting can then be set up to discuss further details regarding project proposals and admission requirements. Presently, there are no posts supported by research funds or stipends however, funds are being sought for selected projects. Moreover, candidates will be guided to apply for scholarship schemes that may possibly cover financial support. 

Further details on the research areas of interest to the academic members of the department of IEPC can be found on the research page of the department. Proposals from the academic members which prospective students could consider can be found by following this link. For further information contact the main supervisor of the project.

 

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