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The School of Computer Science provides a number of fully funded PhD Studentships for UK, EU and overseas students per year.
Specialise in one of our internationally recognised research areas, work with exceptional computing resources equipment and high-calibre staff. Visit our research pages to find out about research groups and projects.
As part of the application process you will be asked to provide a research proposal which you should prepare with your potential academic supervisor. Please refer to the research pages for information on research groups and staff research interests and contact.
You will also need to show that you have met the University English-Language requirements. Details on the application process are available in the application guidelines page. After preparing your application, you can submit it using online application system, which you can access by visiting the course page and selecting 'Apply now'.
There are four entry points to the PhD course. You can submit your application at anytime during the year and indicate when you wish to start your course. Please refer to the PhD studentships and projects page for deadlines on specific scholarship opportunities.
Entry points for 2020/21
- October 2020
- January 2021
- April 2021
- July 2023.
Applications are formally processed by the School only when the full paperwork has been received and processed by Cardiff University registry. We strongly advise you to read:
Cardiff University has an equal opportunities policy and encourages applications from people with disabilities. You are invited to declare your disability to our PhD admissions tutor at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to discuss early on suitable arrangements for your PhD studies. Please also see the University equality and diversity.
If you have any queries, please contact us