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Graduate school

 

Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences (NMES) is an inclusive faculty with a long tradition of world-leading research and teaching in physics, mathematics, chemistry, informatics and engineering.  With the support of significant university investment and the development of our Graduate School we are entering a period of exciting growth with the intent of establishing King’s as the outstanding global institution in science and technology. 

Our interdisciplinary work allows us the opportunity to host research centres such as the Centre for the Physical Science of Life, the Net Zero Centre, and the CUSP London. From Statistics to AI or Photonics & Nanotechnology to Computational Engineering to Chemical Biotechnology, we are committed to advancing and promoting academic excellence and impact for the benefit of our students, staff and the world.

A supportive and engaging environment

The faculty works closely with the university-wide Diversity & Inclusion objectives, and is committed to creating an inclusive, accessible and engaging environment that provides equality for everyone in our community. Two key strands of this work are the faculty's Women in Science initiative, incorporating the Athena SWAN Charter, and the faculty's Equality & Diversity Committee. Additional support is also available through initiatives such as support for carers, and there are a range of student societies to suit all interests.

See the King's Community Charter and out more about the faculty’s Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.  

 

Graduate School Director

Dr Rivka Isaacson

Contact us

 

For more specific information you can contact each department directly by clicking on the links below:

 

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PhD programmes

PhD programmes available at the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences.

Research

Research

Find out more about our departmental research areas, research centres, and CDTs.

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News and events

News and events at the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences.

Training and funding opportunities

PhD programmes:

 

Duration Full Time (FT) 3-4 years, Part-Time (PT) 6-8 years

MPhil/PhD Research degree in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics at King's College London, option of joint PhD with Hong Kong University

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Duration PhD three years FT, six years PT.

MPhil/PhD Bioinformatics Research at King's College London

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Duration Expected to be three to four years FT. Students are encouraged to begin their research in October so as to attend the introductory courses, but students can also register at a further three registration points during the academic cycle (January, April and July).

MPhil/PhD, from Chemistry Department at King's College London.

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Duration PhD three years FT, six years PT.

MPhil/PhD Computer Science Research at King's College London.

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Duration Full time: 3-4 years, Part time: 4-6 years

Study Engineering PhD at King's College London

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Duration 3.5 years

Join the Mechanics of Life Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme.

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Duration Expected to be three years FT, four-six years PT. Start usually September.

MPhil/PhD Physics Research at King's College London, option of joint PhD with Hong Kong University

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Duration Full-time: 3-4 years; Part-time: 6-8 years.

MPhil/PhD Research degree in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics at King's College London, option of joint PhD with Hong Kong University

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Duration 4 years

Study Safe & Trusted Artificial Intelligence PhD at King's College London and Imperial.

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Duration Full time: 3-4 years; Part-time: 6-8 years

PhD Research degree in Statistics at King's College London

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Centres for Doctorial Training and Research Centres

Net Zero Centre

Net Zero Centre

Find out more about the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences' Net Zero Centre.

CUSP London

CUSP London

Discover our research and courses in the Centre for Urban Science and Progress London.

Discover our research

Our PhD programmes are supported by the following funders and institutes:

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