PhD research studies
We have a vibrant and dynamic community of approximately 70 research students in the School of Informatics and welcome applications from candidates whose interests align with those of our academic staff.
Research students are central to research activity in the School. Our goal is to support talented individuals who wish to develop their research skills, to undertake rigorous and inspirational research and ultimately to obtain an MPhil or PhD qualification. Research students are supported in their studies through a structured programme of supervision and training.
If you are interested in joining our community of research students, have a look at some of the projects we are interested in supervising. These fall into 4 strategic research areas:
- Information Intensive Systems
- Human-Centric Systems
- Software and Systems Engineering
- Library and Information Science
School of Informatics Doctoral Studentships 2013
Interested in joining us in 2013/14 to pursue a research degree? The School of Informatics is offering up to ten Fee-Only Doctoral Studentships. Applications are invited from well-qualified individuals who wish to commence their studies in the 2013/14 academic year.