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School of Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering

Support and facilities

Support and Facilities - Masters Courses - School of Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering

Support

We have excellent student support teams who are here to help you with any non-academic queries or problems you may have, from initial application through to graduation.

These teams are located close to where you will study, ensuring personalised and direct contact and can help you with:

- Scholarships and Bursaries
- Registration and Module Enrolment
- Coursework/Project submission
- Staff contact details
- Mitigating circumstances
- Results and Progression requirements
- Examinations
- Peer Mentoring
- Timetabling
- Absence and Attendance Monitoring
- Engineering Study Zone bookings
- Maps and directions

School of Process, Environmental & Materials Engineering Student Support Office t: +44 (0)113 343 2343 e: tpgspemeadmissions@leeds.ac.uk

The Faculty of Engineering also has its own Central Admissions Hub, who process all engineering and computing applications; leading to fast turnaround times from application through to decision. This team can also offer advice on the admission process and any queries regarding qualifications.

Engineering Postgraduate Taught Admissions Hub t: +44 (0)113 343 7875
e: msc@engineering.leeds.ac.uk

Facilities

As would be expected of a top-rated UK research school with around 120
postgraduate students from across the world, facilities for postgraduate study
are of the highest standard.

The School is purpose-built, self-contained, and offers a pleasant and friendly environment for study, with central University facilities just a few minutes walk
away.

The School has an enviable range of multimillion pound facilities. The last few years have seen significant investment in new infrastructure and equipment totalling £8.5 million, including a wireless computer network, major laboratory refurbishment and a wide range of new equipment.

Additionally, a further £12.5 million is being spent on a new state-of-the-art Energy Building designed to house all of the major research work in this area. The School has outstanding experimental research facilities, including advanced
electron-optics for nano-scale materials characterisation, preparation facilities for making and characterising particulate systems for a wide range of technological materials, facilities for advanced environmental monitoring and pollution control, and advanced energy systems, including fuel cells and combustion systems.

The School offers extensive and unique research facilities for the investigation of fire and explosion dynamic development and toxic emmissions.

There are excellent computing facilities available within the School, including a 64 node Beowulf Parallel computing cluster and high performance graphic workstations for molecular modelling studies. The University is also a member of the White Rose Consortium, providing access to the White Rose Grid and its immense computing power.