We offer a number of iCASE (Industrial Collaborative Science and Engineering) studentships each year. iCASE students follow the one-year MSc in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research, followed by a three-year collaborative PhD supervised by experts from both the University of Warwick and an industry partner. Students spend a minimum of three months with their industry partner developing technical and professional skills.
As members of our MRC DTP community, iCASE students benefit from high quality training opportunities, cohort events, peer support, careers information, guidance and support. We currently have eleven iCASE industry partners, all offering our students a unique experience and opportunity to significantly enhance their employability.