Please read the following information carefully as this is different from the University guidance.
Students who wish to apply for the Industry+MRes+PhD (I+) scheme must be eligible to work in the UK. Please read the Home Office's website for further information.
Step 1: Complete the paper University Graduate Application Form (GRADSAF)
The paper application form can be downloaded from the University Graduate Admissions website.
Please note, you do not need to pay the £100 application fee at this stage of the process.
Once completed, please send this form along with all supporting documents (transcript, evidence of competence in English - if applicable and CV/Resumé) combined to a single pdf document to the FIBE Programme Administrator and not to the University.
For further information on how to fill in the GRADSAF, please read the programme guide and University guide.
Upon receipt, applications will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis. Candidates are therefore encouraged to apply early to ensure the highest chance of success. Please note that we require a full application (including references and all supporting documents) before we can consider you for interview.
Applications are now open for entry in October 2017. Applications are reviewed and prospective students are interviewed continuously.
Step 2: Interview for a place on the programme
Your application will be assessed to identify if your experience and qualifications meet the entry requirements and objectives of the Centre. If there is a potential match, you will be invited to attend and interview (in Cambridge or via Skype). A face-to-face interview will involve panel interview(s) and a tour of the facilities.
You may also have an interview at the appropriate Industry+ partner. Please note that each I+ partner will run the I+ scheme in a way that best suits their requirements.
Studentship funding decision
Funding decisions for candidates eligible for EPSRC studentships administered by the CDT will be made as soon as reasonably possible after the interviews (normally within 3-4 weeks).
To see our I+ poster, please click here.