School of Computer Science

PhDs in the School of Computer Science

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Up to ten fully-funded PhD Studentships: Applications now closed for 2022 entry

Starting on October 1st 2022, the studentship is funded for three and a half years including a stipend of £15,609 per year and tuition fees. Application closing date: 13th February 2022.

 

It is important that you identify potential supervisors according to their particular areas of interest. You can do this by exploring our research group websites:

How to apply | Prof Dario Landa Silva

 

You will need to obtain support from a potential supervisor before submitting your official application. An application to our PhD programme that does not indicate a specific area of research, and/or prospective supervisor(s) may take longer to process.

 
General enquiries can be addressed to the Director of PGR Studies, Dr Rong Qu

Kwabena | PhD student in Intelligent Modelling and Analysis

 

Yuan and Ian | PhD students in Data Driven Algorithms, Systems and Design

 

 

Why choose a PhD at Nottingham?

  • Benefit from our interdisciplinary links with other schools in the Faculty of Science and departments in the Faculty of Engineering, providing you with an opportunity to have joint supervision across academic disciplines
  • Choose from a range of topics due to our diverse research areas, spanning theoretical and applied computer science
  • Enjoy our links with campuses in China and Malaysia, with opportunities to travel to complete projects
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School of Computer Science

University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

For all enquires please visit:
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