Application Deadline: January 27, 2023
If you have strong academic achievements at undergraduate or postgraduate level and are highly motivated to pursue a PhD program at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Informatics, you may be selected for a full PhD scholarship in the academic year 2023. -2024.
Applicants who submit a program application to one of the eligible Informatics PhD programs will automatically be considered for this scholarship.
Informatics Global PhD Scholars will receive full financial support for up to 3 years of PhD studies. This includes:
• Full funding of all tuition fees, including overseas fees if available
• Annual stipend at a rate set by UKRI (indicative stipend levels for 2022/23 are £17,668; amount TBC for September 2023);
• An additional research support fund of £2,000 per year for the first three years. It can be used for a variety of purposes approved by your supervisor, including, but not limited to, purchasing a laptop, attending conferences where you have presented a paper, and special software or hardware.
Applicants who submit a program application to one of the eligible Informatics PhD programs will automatically be considered for this scholarship; there are no restrictions on citizenship or residence.
Applicants must apply to study full-time in one of the following eligible programs in the School of Informatics:
- PhD Informatics: AIAI: Automated reasoning, agents, data intensive research, knowledge management
- PhD Informatics: ANC: Machine Learning, Computational Neuroscience, Computational Biology
- PhD Informatics: LFCS: Fundamentals of Computer Science, Databases, Software and Systems Modeling
- PhD in Computer Science: ICSA: Comp. Architecture, Compilation and System Software, Networks and Communication
- PhD Informatics: IPAB: Robotics, Computer Vision, Computer Graphics and Animation
- PhD Informatics: ILCC: Language Processing, Speech Technology, Information Retrieval, Cognition
Candidates must also meet certain minimum requirements for English language proficiency.
Candidates must have achieved or be expected to achieve high academic honors from their most recent degree. In practice, this means a first-class UK degree or distinction at UK Masters level in a relevant subject. Students with non-UK qualifications should check the equivalence of their degrees.
We are interested in growing our underrepresented minority PGR community at the Graduate School of Informatics, and we particularly welcome applications from female and black applicants and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Eligible applicants will be automatically considered for a PhD Scholarship in Informatics as part of the School’s PGR selection process.
Applicants wishing to be considered for the IGPS (for entry into the academic year 2023/24) must submit a program application via the EUCLID application portal. Deadlines for submitting applications:
Application deadline for EUCLID: Friday, November 25, 2022
Application deadline for EUCLID: Friday, January 27, 2023
Before applying via the EUCLID PhD application form, you should ideally contact an academic supervisor in the School of Informatics, discuss your research interest and get their agreement to supervise you. When you have found a supervisor, you must complete and submit an application for PhD admission to the research institute of your chosen supervisor.
Contact the Academic Supervisor
You can select the institution of your choice from the table below to access the relevant PhD application form.
- Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Its Applications
Automated reasoning, agents, data intensive research, knowledge management
Machine Learning, Computational Neuroscience, Computational Biology
Computer Architecture, Compilation and System Programming, Networks and Communications
Language processing, speech technology, information search, cognition
Robotics, Computer Vision, Computer Graphics and Animation
Fundamentals of Computer Science, Databases, Software and Systems Modeling
After submitting your EUCLID PhD application, you will receive an email confirming your Universal Username (UUN). Please note that this number is automatically generated by the EUCLID application system and may take several days to receive. Therefore, it is recommended that you submit your application before the official deadline.
You will need your University Username and password when logging in to MyEd. If you have problems accessing or submitting your application through the EUCLID system, or if you do not receive your UUN, please contact Student Systems who can help.
Candidates who meet or are expected to meet the eligibility requirements will be considered by their chosen research institution. This usually involves an interview, which can take place in person or via video conference.
Successful candidates will be notified of their scholarship, which may be subject to candidates achieving the predicted qualifications.
Notification of decisions
Applicants who apply before the first and second round deadlines and are selected (or shortlisted) to receive an IGPS scholarship will be notified by Friday 24 February 2023 and Friday 24 March 2023 respectively. Applicants will be notified via the contact email address provided on the application form.
You can find out more about the PhD application process at the Graduate School of Informatics.
Further information on the PhD application process can be obtained from the links below or by contacting the Graduate School of Informatics.
Source / Details: Official website HERE.
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