Lancaster University is the Times ‘University of The Year 2018’, 9th in the Guardian league tables, and the highest possible ranking of Gold in the UK government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
Title: PhD Studentships in Computing.
Qualification: PhD Computer Science.
Location: Lancaster University, North West England, UK.
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students, (or partial fee waiver for overseas students).
Award: Total £19,847 Tax free bursary per annum with annual increment (this figure includes the annual stipend, UK/EU tuition fees, and training/travel allowance per annum).
A typical award includes Fees Home/EU £4,260 for 3.5 years (Overseas £17,510 for 3 years); living allowance £14,777 + a training fund for travel/equipment.
With PhDs we encourage Lecture Associate opportunities with up to 6 hrs a week paid income.
Hours: Full Time (20 days holiday allowance plus standard statutory and university closure days).
Deadline: Friday, 28 June 2019
Keywords: computing, physics, environmental impact, human computer interaction, ubicomp, pervasive systems, data science, cyber security, computer networking, privacy.
Description: We invite you to apply for a PhD Computer Science studentship, funded for up to 3.5 years (or 3 years for overseas students), commencing in 2019.
Topic: We’re looking for outstanding individuals with a passion for computing and communications who can share their enthusiasm and talents for innovative research and enjoy the exciting challenges of working across different discipline areas.
Other Information: All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of gender, age, religious affiliation or ethnic background.
Lancaster is a top ten university, situated in the beautiful North West of England, in a countryside campus, between the Morecambe coast, National Lake District Parks, and the busy cities of Manchester and Liverpool.
We are pleased to offer 10 fully funded PhD opportunities across our new research projects in the following areas: Communications, Data Science, Distributed Systems, HCI, Health Informatics, Networking, Pervasive Computing, Security or Software Engineering. We urge you to get in touch.
Requirements: First or 2.1 class (Hons) degree in a relevant discipline.
International applicants must have IELTS [International English Language Testing System] score of 7+ (or equivalent).
Application: Candidates should submit an application to the School of Computing and Communications, following the instructions provided here: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/scc/study/phd/.
Contact: Debbie or Jonathan [Postgraduate Coordinators] Tel: +44(0)1524 510516 or Dr Gerald Kotonya [Director of Postgraduate Studies] Tel: +44(0)1524 510308 for informal advice and to discuss possible research directions and your suitability.
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||£14,777 + See advert|
|Placed On:||15th March 2019|
|Closes:||28th June 2019|
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