14th January 2019
The Alan Turing Institute and Queen Mary University of London 2019
The Turing doctoral studentship scheme combines the strengths and expertise of world-class universities with the Turing’s unique position as the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, to offer an exceptional PhD programme.
Turing doctoral students spend approximately half of their time based at the Institute headquarters at the British Library in London. They will apply and register for their doctorate at Queen Mary University of London, where they will spend the remainder of their time.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Biological and Chemical Sciences
- Economics and Finance
- Electronic Engineering
- Computer Science
- School of Engineering
- Materials Science
- School of Law
- School of Mathematical Sciences
- School of Physics and Astronomy
- Wolfson Institute for Preventive Medicine
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
- IELTS certificate
- the general minimum entry requirement is an upper second class honours degree. Some Schools/Institutes require a first class honours degree and/or a masters degree.
- Relevant experience within the field or experience gained either in the workplace or similar environment may also be taken into account.
- Research proposal.
- A tax-free stipend of £20,500 per annum, a travel allowance and conference fund, and tuition fees for a period of 3.5 years.
First Step: One of the most important things to do before filling out an application is to find a good match with a supervisor or existing research group. Most Schools advise that you make contact with a supervisor via email before submitting an application.
Second Step: Identify research match and Prepare a research proposal.
Third Step: Prepare this documents
- A completed application form
- Proof of English language ability for overseas applicants from non-English speaking countries
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Your research proposal
- A one-side A4 statement of purpose. This should set out your previous academic or other experience relevant to the proposed research; why you wish to undertake this research at QMUL; your previous research or professional training and what further training you think you will need to complete a PhD; and what ethical issues you will need to consider in undertaking this research.
- Two references. At least one reference must be from an academic referee who is in a position to comment on the standard of your academic work and suitability for postgraduate level study. Where appropriate, a second referee can provide comment on your professional experience.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Ahmed soud/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Eya Hachouch/ Tunisia- Islam Abo Eissa/ Egypt ”
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