EngD Centres

Centre for High Value, Low Environmental Impact Manufacturing

University of Warwick

The WMG International Doctorate Centre is a four year programme that combines industry relevant research, taught courses, international visits, entrepreneurial flair and networking.

Driven by research teams that combine industrial and academic experience, we work with entrepreneurial leaders who understand and appreciate that global environments are constantly changing. Our vision is to create a future generation of manufacturing leaders with the high-level know-how and research experience that is essential to compete in a global environment defined by high impact and low carbon. Our research themes include:

  • materials
  • manufacturing technologies
  • digital technologies
  • operations and business management
  • service and marketing
  • healthcare

International Manufacturing Centre
University of Warwick
Gibbet Hill Road
Coventry CV4 7AL
Telephone: +44 (0)24 765 24357
Twitter @wmg_doctorate

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