PhD at The Alan Turing Institute – applications open
Queen Mary is a university partner of the Alan Turing Institute, which is seeking motivated graduates to apply for its fully funded doctoral studentship scheme commencing October 2019.
The Turing PhD programme offers all the benefits of completing a PhD at a world-class university, as well as a unique opportunity to study in a collaborative research space, while utilising the Turing’s position as the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.
Turing students will have access to a wide range of exceptional benefits:
- Spend time in both a university research environment and at The Alan Turing Institute.
- Access to a range of training, events, seminars, reading groups and workshops delivered by leaders in research, government and industry.
- Opportunities to collaborate on real-world projects for societal impact with current and emerging industry partners.
- Expert support and guidance through all stages of the studentship, delivered by supervisors who are Fellows of the Turing or substantively engaged with the Turing.
- Networking opportunities and brilliant minds researching a range of subjects with opportunities to collaborate and join or start interest groups.
- Opportunities to supercharge your research with access to cutting edge resources.
Studentships include a generous tax-free stipend of £20,500 per annum, a travel allowance and conference fund, and tuition fees for a period of 3.5 years.
Find out more about the studentship and apply.