PhD Scholarships in Computer Science at Imperial College

Imperial College is offering a PhD scholarship. The deadline for applying this position is on January 31, 2015.

We are one of the largest computer science departments in the UK and a world leader in academic research, offering an exciting research environment for prospective postgraduate students. The Department is actively involved in a number of Centres for Doctoral Training and hosts the Centre for High Performance Embedded and Distributed Systems (HiPEDS). Every year between 35-45 successful applicants are accepted for the PhD programme in Department. We have a wide variety of scholarships for PhD students, including funding from research councils, research projects, industry, and teaching scholarships. More than 85 % of our PhD students receive funding.

We have a wide range of funds and we do our best to find the most appropriate for each candidate. To give you an idea of what funds are available see

Application Requirements
The entry for a PhD degree in the Department is very competitive. Each year, we typically receive over 200 applications. Applicants must have an excellent MSc degree, or equivalent, in a relevant scientific or technical discipline, such as computer science or mathematics.

How to apply?
You may increase your chance of acceptance and facilitate efficient processing of your application by:
- Ensuring that the full paperwork for the application reaches the college by one of the above deadlines;
- Writing a convincing and compelling research statement as a self - contained document. The research statement should describe a research problem or area that you are interested in and your initial ideas on research work towards solving open problems, referring to existing scientific literature where appropriate. (Note that the research statement will be evaluated as part of the application process it does not constitute a commitment to carry out the exact research work that you have described.)
- Indicating in the application general research areas of interest and potential supervisors under whom you would like to carry out your PhD work.

You may contact a prospective PhD supervisor to discuss informally research topics and the content of your research statement ahead of submitting your application.

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