Applications are invited for Fully-Funded University of Oxford Doctoral Studentships in UK. Applications are open for international students to pursue PhD degree within the Department of Computer Science in the 2019-2020 academic year .
The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.
Benefits for Fully-Funded University of Oxford Doctoral Studentships:
Each studentship will cover university and college fees with a stipend of at least £14,777 per year.
Nationality for Fully-Funded University of Oxford Doctoral Studentships:
The studentships are for three years and are open to students of any nationality.
Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
Eligibility for Fully-Funded University of Oxford Doctoral Studentships:
Eligible Countries: The studentships are for three years and are open to students of any nationality.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
English Language Requirements for Fully-Funded University of Oxford Doctoral Studentships:
You must submit evidence that you meet the University’s English language requirement for your course (or, if you are eligible, you can request a waiver of the requirement), if:
- your first language is not English, or
- your first language is English but you are not a national of a majority English-speaking country recognized by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
|Deadline||:||11 January 2019|
|Providers||:||University of Oxford|
|Course Level||:||PhD degree|
|Field of Study||:||The topics for the studentships are open, but should relate to the interests of one of the Department’s research areas:Algorithms & Complexity Theory, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning, Automated Verification, Computational Biology and Health Informatics, Cyber-Physical Systems, Foundations, Structures, and Quantum, Information Systems, Human-Centred Computing, Programming Languages, and Security. We also encourage applications in cross-disciplinary areas such as Linguistics, Biology, Medicine and Quantum Foundations & Quantum Computation.|
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