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Funding Advice

Centre for Doctoral Training & Research Scholarships

The CS department and our Centre for Doctoral Training & Research have multiple funded scholarships available for each year. The scholarships cover full fees and stipend payable at current UK Research Council rates. If you would like to be considered please note the next deadline below:

  • Open for PhD applications, please check later for the next scholarship calls.
  • Closing Date for Scholarships: April 30, 2020
  • Scholarship Decisions Made: May 2020

Eligibility: Scholarships are open to Home, EU, and international applicants.

Candidates should have a degree in computer science, engineering or a related discipline, with solid mathematical background and strong programming skills.

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. The scholarship will give you the opportunity to join a leading Computer Science department, and pursue academic excellence in your chosen area of Computer Science: Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Human Centred Computing, Systems, Theory, or Applied Computing.

Please apply online by following our application advice.

Other funding opportunities

Chancellor's International Scholarship

China Scholarship Council Awards

Feuer International AI Scholarship

Doctoral College guidance

University guidance

More Computer Science research studentships

Self funding

Applications are welcome to those able to support themselves or with funding already arranged. Such applications will go through the same level of academic assessment.

Please see the universities fee arrangements for PGR students.

Teaching

Teaching is an excellent personal development opportunity. We encourage our PhD students to engage in teaching in the department (e.g., seminars, labs, marking). Depending on individual funding and visa requirements, such work is paid under the STP framework. While the paid amount alone is not enough to fully fund your education, it is a useful supplement in addition to any other sources of funding, such as CS CDT scholarships we provide.