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The School of Engineering and Informatics is offering six Scholarship places for entry in September 2014. Three Scholarships will be made available in each department: Engineering and Design, and Informatics.
Applicants with research interests that span both Departments are particularly welcome. Scholarships will normally include a three-year stipend at standard postgraduate rates (currently £13,726 per annum). Other fee and stipend arrangements are negotiable depending on the individual circumstances of applicants (e.g., to augment partial awards or funds from elsewhere). Recipients of Scholarships will be required to work closely with academic staff on standard teaching duties for a small proportion of their time.
Applicants may choose to make their own research proposal or apply under a topic specific project proposed by a member of the department's faculty. Specific project proposals are available via:
If you choose to write your own research proposal you may wish to look at the research areas of the Informatics department which include the following areas:
- Cognitive and Language Processing Systems
- Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems
- Foundations of Software Systems
- Interactive Systems
For further details on these research areas see the Department's research web pages
For guidance on how to write a research proposal visit:
Type of award
£13,726 per annum plus full-time fees at UK/EU rates
Applicants should have an excellent Bachelor degree or a Masters degree (or International equivalent), relevant to the field of study.
For further information about application requirements and specific project proposals please visit:
Apply through the Sussex on-line system:
State in the Other Information / Funding section of the application form that you are applying for a PhD Scholarship in the Department of Informatics.
It is helpful in the application if you can identify any potential supervisor/s in your area of research.
Overseas (non-Home/EU) students must state how they will fund the additional fees required for the full period of study. We cannot consider applications from Overseas students without a clear plan stating how the additional funding will be raised.
Closing date is 28 February 2014. Early application is encouraged.
December 2013: Topic Specific Projects will be made available.
February 2014: Deadline for Applications.
March 2014: Interview Stage.
April/May 2014: Sucessful applicants will be notified.
General information about Doctoral Study in Informatics:
The School of Engineering and Informatics:
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