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6 PhD Studentships at City University London’s

For 2016/17 entry, the School is pleased to announce up to 6 studentships in Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering at School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering within the City University London,

Duration of study: 3-year doctoral studentships

Key Research areas::

  1. Computer Science- Human‐Computer Interaction Design; Adaptive Computing Systems; Machine Learning; Geographic Information Science, Software Reliability.
  2. Civil Engineering- Civil Engineering Structures; Civil Engineering; Fluid-Structure Interaction.
  3. Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Systems and Control; Biomedical Engineering; Photonics and Instrumentation.
  4. Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering- Turbulence and Flow Control; Fluid Dynamics; Fluid-Structure Interaction; Multi-Scale Flow Technologies;

Eligibility conditions:

The students will be selected on the basis of academic achievements and the potential to conduct cutting edge-research.

  • A 2.1 honours degree or merit level Master’s degree (or an international equivalent)
  • For International students: 6.5 in IELTS or a recognized equivalent
——Quick Overview———
Organization City University London
Level PhD
Country UK
Subject areas Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics,
Salary £16,000 approx
Eligibility UK, EU and international graduates

26th May 2016


How to Apply:

Interested candidates should include the following in the applications:

  • Application form
  • 3 page research proposal
  • Proof of degrees / academic qualifications
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • 2 confidential references (1 of which should be an academic reference).

Compiled the above documents into a single document and send to pgr.smcse.enquire@city.ac.uk

Further Information:
Email: pgr.smcse.enquire@city.ac.uk.

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