Within the Department research is pursued through two research groups: simulation & visualisation and distributed reliable intelligent system.
The department is a vibrant and mature research culture. Students are supported by a supervisor, a supervisory panel, edicated reserch officers and a training programme tailored to the individual needs of the field of research study. The research environment is further enhanced by a programme of colloquia and the department's own annual Graduate Research Conference. Together the research groups pursue a broad range of fundamental and applied research. They collaborate widely with other university departments, with companies and hospitals in the UK and numerous national and international reserach institutions around the world.
Applicants are asked to state why they should be considered for the award of an MSc scholarship in no more than 800 words (total, approx. 200 per field) under the following 4 categories. a) academic achievement (highest qualification, grades, awards etc) b) Professional and other extra-curricular experience and achievements, c) What your plans and aspirations are and how the course and the award will support this. d) Other relevant information.
Value of Scholarship(s)
These scholarships are on top of our other awards (including international scholarship). They are tuition fee discounts.
Read about entry requirements and how to apply for courses and the scholarships at the link, including downloading the forms.
A minimum of an upper Secomd Honours degree (or equiavelent including industrial or other relevant research) in a computing or related discipline appropriate to your intended research. Phd/MPhil candidates are also required to complete an original research proposal of approximately 1000 words, outlining their chosen area of study and complete with research objectives, proposed methodology and relevant and up-to-date academic references.
Recipient: University of Hull
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