We are keen to hear from aspiring PhD candidates with a strong record of academic achievement. If you meet our academic and English language requirements (see below), you are encouraged to contact our director, Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis, to arrange a preliminary discussion.
You might also find it helpful to look at the general admission information provided on the Imperial College webpage.
If you are enquiring regarding any potential PhD opportnities, please make sure that you attach an up-to-date CV that includes your GPA or classification of your earlier degrees.
FAQ - Eligibility
What are my chances of being accepted to your PhD programme?
Where can I find information regarding TSL's academic requirements?
What are the English language requirements for TSL applicants?
Will I be constrained to the topic that I identify in my research proposal during my studies?
FAQ - Process
When should I submit my application?
How long will it take until I receive a response to my application?
If my application is accepted, when would my studies begin?
How should I structure my research statement?
FAQ - Funding
Can you fund my PhD studies?
Can I apply for the Imperial College President's scholarship scheme?
Postdocs and Fellowships
We do not currently have direct funding available for postdocs and research fellows. However, if you would like to propose a collaboration based on an externally-funded post-doctoral scholarship, please get in touch.
Where can I find information on external fellowship funding sources?
UROP and Internships
We welcome applications for summer internships from students currently studying towards an undergraduate engineering, mathematics or computer science degree in the United Kingdom.
For further information, please refer to the homepage of our UROP Programme, and register your interest with Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis by the beginning of the Spring Term.
As an MEng student, can I undertake my final year project at TSL?