The studentship will provide funding for a full-time student for 3 years to cover tuition fees at the home rate, plus an annual stipend of £12,600 pa, increasing in line with national stipend levels in subsequent years.
The student will be based at the University of Surrey.
Applicants should have a Masters degree, or a 2.1 or First in mathematics, physics, chemistry or engineering, or associated subject. Experience in computer programming is essential (preferably Fortran or C/C++).
The deadline for applications is 12th November. Interviews will be held in the week beginning 26th November.
Applications should be in the form of a CV and a short statement about why you would be ideally suited to undertake this studentship, plus the names of two academic referees.
Applications should be submitted to:
Professor David Heyes,
Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences,
University of Surrey,
Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
Email: d.heyes [at] surrey.ac.uk
If posting by mail please ensure you pay sufficient postage costs.
Overseas fee paying students would pay fees which at the current rate are £10,700 p.a., less the contribution from the home rate which is currently £3240 p.a..
Travel expenses to attend an interview for a candidate from outside the UK would not normally be reimbursed.
For further information about the studentship, please contact David Heyes (d.heyes [at] surrey.ac.uk)