Funding is available at the current home fee rate of £4,407.00 together with a maintenance grant of £15,285.00 per annum and will be awarded as Graduate Teaching Assistantships
(GTA) by competition.
A first or 2.1 degree or advanced/specialist taught MSc (Merit or Distinction) in computer science or a related discipline (such as mathematics, business studies or electronics, as long as the degree has a strong computing component).
The School of Computing at the University of Kent invites applications for 2 fully-funded 3-year PhD (GTA) scholarships for UK students. You can apply to study for a PhD in any topic that falls within our range of expertise. We provide a supportive environment for research and we have a vibrant postgraduate population. We encourage our students to engage with the wider research community through attending conferences and taking internships with leading industrial companies. We are located in Canterbury, a lively and cosmopolitan historic town with convenient travel links to London and Europe.
How to apply
- Select a potential supervisor and send them an informal project proposal as well as a brief CV (preferably by the first week of April 2021). Staff contact details can be found on their web pages.
- Submit your formal applications through the university admission system by the 30th April 2021. Your application should include a completed online admission form; the name and contact details of two referees; an original document providing confirmation of your degree (or a transcript if the degree is not yet awarded). For non-native English speakers, a certificate of competence in English is required at IELTS 6.5 or higher, with no element less than 6.0 (or equivalent).
Our Research Groups: https://www.kent.ac.uk/computing/research
Our Supervisors: https://www.kent.ac.uk/computing/people
Applications process: https://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/apply
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