Student Projects

Do you have an interesting idea but no time, money or resource to follow it through? Students can be an excellent source of support for your business at little or no cost. There is now a call for student projects for the next academic year, with a deadline of 30th September 2018. Students will work on a project of your choosing over a period of several months, delivering data and recommendations to your company on conclusion. Our students are proactive, passionate and creative and will benefit from academic guidance and support throughout their research projects.

Call for Lancaster Environment Centre Student Projects - deadline 30th September 2018

Contact us now with your ideas for the 2018-19 academic year. Lancaster Univerity is a UK Top Ten University, with bright and creative students keen to work on real-world challeneges with a business partner.

Our students come with a variety of academic interests and backgrounds, including; Earth and Environmental Science, Ecology and Conservation, Environmental Science, Human Geography, Physical Geography, Economics with Geography, Conservation and Biodiversity, Environment Management, Sustainable Water Management, Environment and Development, Volcanology and Geological Hazards.

Please contact Ian or Stephen for further information:

Ian Wright  i.wright1@lancaster.ac.uk    01524 592382

Stephen King  s.king7@lancaster.ac.uk   01524 510745

 

Company quotes:

"The work being undertaken by Edward will be incredibly useful to enable me to take my company to the next step. Knowing potential market opportunities will help me plan ahead and reduce the risk to my business Lisa Smith, Managing Director of Ginger Bakers.

"Jainil's work will directly inform the final design of this product, allowing it to be taken to market as a fully optimised and integrated system" Matt Simpson, Managing Director of Typhon Treatment Systems Ltd.

"This project presents a great opportunity for us to really push this technology forward and get our products into the market place. The ability to access university resources, expertise and facilities is proving invaluable to the development of our product" Adam Kyffin, Director of Waves2Watts Limited.