Course Information

A track-record in achievement
and academic excellence

The new Centre builds on the success of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Gas Turbine Aerodynamics. It will provide training in the key skills that future engineers in the field of Propulsion and Power will need to become leaders in research and design.

The MRes course

The MRes in Future Propulsion and Power, which provides a springboard to the PhD phase of the CDT at one of the three partner universities. During Part 1 of the MRes (October-December) students undertake a combination of core and elective modules which give them a world-leading background in the theory of advanced propulsion and power aerodynamics, as well as the practical side of both experimental and computational research.


Research topics

Projects focus both on the detail of key technologies and also on the integrated nature of the gas turbine as a whole. The CDT will teach the skills, and provide the necessary equipment, to develop research projects that deliver both academic excellence and maximum industrial impact.


Our locations

The CDT has assembled the UK’s three leading Universities in the field of propulsion and power aerodynamics; Cambridge, Oxford and Loughborough.


Academic staff

Learn more about the Academics involved in the CDT across the three university partners.


Industrial partners

Some of the world’s leading gas turbine and turbomachinery manufacturers have come together to support and assist the development of the CDT.


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