Project funding

PhD/EngD projects are funded through UCL's prestigious studentship awards scheme. This requires an application to be made by a UCL academic leader with a financial committment from a sponsoring company. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit an expression of interest to the VEIV Manager, and to visit our Current Vacancies page. 

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VEIV News

VEIV Book

Learn more about our outstanding EngD and group projects.
The full-colour VEIV e-book is now available for free!
Download it here 
http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1409265/

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Project funding

PhD/EngD projects are funded through UCL's prestigious studentship awards scheme. This requires an application to be made by a UCL academic leader with a financial committment from a sponsoring company. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit an expression of interest to the VEIV Manager, and to visit our Current Vacancies page. 

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1851 Industry Fellows

A fifth VEIV student has been awarded the prestigious Industry Fellowship from the Royal Commission for the Exhibtion of 1851. Julian Hodgson, who is sponsored by Passion Pictures, commences his three-year Fellowship this September. Click to see videos of our other current 1851 Fellows are James Martin (2012-2015), Tim Scully, Sarat Babu (2011-2014) and Jessica Wardlaw (2010-2013).

AWS in Education

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MRes programme

Applications are now invited for students to join MRes VEIV as a one-year, stand-alone programme, commencing September 2014. MRes is a research-orientated masters programme, with a teaching load lighter than the equivalent MSc, plus group and individual project. Our fee structure may also benefit UK and EU students. Apply here

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