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Doctoral Studies

Overview

We invite applications from excellent and enthusiastic candidates to join our CS PhD programme and be part of our thriving academic community. Regardless of whether you are coming from the UK or overseas, you will find our research environment to be intellectually stimulating and filled with great research opportunities. The Computer Science Department at Warwick is ranked 1st in the UK for scientific output and 2nd overall in the latest UK Research Excellence Framework (2014). We are a co-founder of the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for AI and data science. Joining our internationally renowned research environment puts you at the heart of the scientific community, allowing you to make lasting contributions to your field and make valuable interdisciplinary connections.

Enquiries

All enquiries about our doctoral programs should be directed at: pgr-admissions@dcs.warwick.ac.uk.

Existing Students

Existing students should consult the PGR Intranet or contact Kelly Chennery kelly.chennery@warwick.ac.uk.

Centres for Doctoral Training and Research

Under the CS department, we run two large centres for doctoral training and research. Our CDTs are multi-disciplinary and provide opportunity for foundational training to help support your research. Currently, we have scholarships available for our Computer Science CDT.



Research Themes

The CS PhD students are active members of their respective research communities and the community as a whole. Their research aligns with one of our six research themes: Artificial Intelligence , Data Science, Human Centred Computing, Theory and Foundations, Systems, and Applied Computing. Please see these areas for further information about the research and activities of our academics and current research students.