Oxford University are currently recruiting up to 5 research students to work on several exciting projects all through the Centre for Doctoral Training in Renewable Energy Marine Structures (REMS). All studentships are for four years from October 2018 leading to the DPhil degree. The award involves a minimum stipend of £18k p.a. dependent on student eligibility – see individual adverts for eligibility restrictions, award details and scope of work. The following are available:

General studentship funded by EPSRC for eligible students

Project studentship funded by EPSRC for eligible students on fast finite element analysis for offshore foundations

Up to three studentships funded by Ørsted to pursue research on a new collaborative project focused on cyclic loading of monopile foundations. See further details of the recently announced collaboration at:


The studentships will fund Home/EU students, and up to one overseas student, if suitable candidates apply.


These are all exciting opportunities to work at Oxford on world leading research that will make a difference to renewable energy in the future. The deadline for applications is currently March 9. Interested candidates can contact byron.byrne@eng.ox.ac.uk for further details and questions.