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Studying for a PhD or MPhil at the Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics offers you the opportunity to become part of a strong, dynamic and internationally successful research school.

Research students are at the core of the School's academic enterprise. While you study, we will expect you to contribute fully to the advancement of knowledge not just at Cardiff but more widely, participating in the international environment of your chosen academic field.

As a School we offer you the opportunity to work alongside our research staff who publish widely, edit and review for international journals, act as external examiners both within the UK and internationally, provide consultancy and secure research funding. The School’s research staff work on many interdisciplinary projects, and include members of influential government and professional advisory bodies. Each of our three research areas have strong international collaborations in Europe (including many EU projects) the Americas, Australia and the Far East.

Every research student works under the expert guidance of supervisors with interests and expertise relevant to the research topic. It is their role to advise and instruct you as you work towards your masters or doctorate.

A key element to supporting you while you pursue a research degree with us is our commitment to maintain significant investment in the research environment.

Nodau'r rhaglen

Studying for a PhD or MPhil at the Cardiff School of Computer Science & Informatics offers you the opportunity to become part of a strong, dynamic and internationally successful research school.

Nodweddion unigryw

  • The School has a long-standing, strong and dynamic research culture which underpins our international reputation for world-class research in the areas of: Distributed and Scientific Computing, Informatics, and Visual Computing.
  • The School's multidisciplinary research continues to have a positive impact in areas as diverse as healthcare, mobile computing, manufacturing, and the environment.
  • We offer you the opportunity to work alongside our research staff who are leaders in their areas of expertise and who publish widely, edit and review for international journals, act as external examiners both within the UK and internationally, provide consultancy and secure research funding.

Ffeithiau allweddol

Math o astudiaeth Amser llawn, rhan amser
Cymhwyster PhD, MPhil
Hyd amser llawn PhD 3 Years, MPhil 1-2 Years
Hyd rhan-amser Opportunities available
Derbyniadau Ionawr, Ebrill, Gorffennaf, Hydref
Dyddiad(au) cau ceisiadau Your complete application (including transcripts, certificates and two academic reference letters) must be submitted by the following dates (unless a specific deadline is indicated for an advertised studentship): end of August for entry in the subsequent January; end of November for entry in the subsequent April; end of February for entry in the subsequent July; end of May for entry in the subsequent October.

Research students are at the core of our academic enterprise. While you study, we will expect you to contribute fully to the advancement of knowledge, not just at Cardiff but more widely, participating in the international environment of your chosen academic field.

Every research student works under the expert guidance of supervisors with interests and expertise relevant to the research topic. It is their role to advise and instruct you as you work towards your masters or doctorate.

A key element to supporting you while you pursue a research degree with us is our commitment to maintain significant investment in the research environment.

The School’s research staff work on many interdisciplinary projects, and include members of influential government and professional advisory bodies. Each of our three research areas have strong international collaborations in Europe (including many EU projects) the Americas, Australia and the Far East.

This postgraduate research programme will prepare you for a career as a leading academic or industrial research and development role

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Self-funded research

We welcome applications if you are self-funding or have funding from other sources, including government studentships or your employer. You should review our research areas and priorities to make sure that we have similar interests.

Funded research

We usually award a small number of EPSRC-funded doctoral and other funded studentships each year. These projects are open to UK/EU and often to overseas students.

Although funded projects are designed for full-time study, you are welcome to discuss the feasibility of conducting any project part-time with the supervisor in advance of your application. You can find their contact information by following the profile links at the bottom of each project description below.

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EPSRC iCase PhD in Computer Science and Informatics: Intelligent Malware Profiling for Automated Campaign Detection 31 Gorffennaf 2019

Ffioedd dysgu

Myfyrwyr y DU ac UE

Mynnwch y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am ffioedd ôl-raddedigion.

Myfyrwyr tu allan i'r UE

Mynnwch y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am ffioedd ôl-raddedigion.

A 2:1 Honours undergraduate degree or a Masters degree, in computing or a related subject. Applicants with appropriate professional experience are also considered. Degree-level mathematics (or equivalent) is required for research in some project areas.

Applicants for whom English is not their first language must demonstrate their proficiency by obtaining an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each skills component.

Note: International students pursuing part-time programmes of study are not eligible for Tier 4 General Student) visas and must have alternative leave to remain in the UK if they intend to study at the University in person.

Guidance on the application process can be found via the School of Computer Science and Informatics Instructions to Applicants webpage.

Gofynion Iaith Saesneg

Applicants for whom English is not their first language must demonstrate their proficiency by obtaining an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each skills component.

Darllenwch ein Gofynion Iaith Saesneg am ragor o wybodaeth.

Your research proposal should be no longer than 500 words (unless applying for a specific, advertised research project, in which case, provide the project title and description), and should include:

  • a summary of your chosen research area, which briefly describes the state-of-the-art and lists the shortcomings and questions that your study will address;
  • an outline of the methods and techniques that you propose applying;
  • the name of a prospective supervisor (or a list of prospective supervisors), and a description of how your proposal relates to their research interest and expertise (note that your application will not be considered without this);
  • a list of references that you have cited in the above;
  • upload an example of previous work, such as a journal or conference paper that you have contributed to, or a chapter of a dissertation from your MSc or undergraduate degree.

1st October, 1st January, 1st April each year

Proses gwneud cais

Telephone Interview

If your application meets our entrance requirements, you will be invited to an interview with your proposed supervisor and a representative of the postgraduate research admissions tutor, and a decision will usually be made within 5 days.

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