Study in the United Kingdom at University College London (UCL) on this studentship PhD Program.
The UCL Depart of Statistics Science is inviting applications for 7 (or more) PhD Studentships based. The positions can involve any topic within the Statistical Science remit.
The Department is among the three largest Statistics groups in the UK with more than 30 academic members of staff. Research in the Department is organised into six themes: Biostatistics; Computational Statistics; Economics, Finance and Business; Environmental Statistics; General Theory and Methodology; Multivariate and High Dimensional Data. Research often cuts across these areas. Much of the research is interdisciplinary and involves collaborations within and outside UCL.
Studentships with starting date in September 2022 (or as soon as possible after then)
The positions available are:
The requirement for admission to the MPhil/PhD in Statistical Science is a 1st class or high upper 2nd class Bachelor’s degree, or a Master’s degree with merit or distinction, in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related quantitative discipline. International qualifications of an equivalent standard are also acceptable.
Eligibility : Both International and Local Students are eligible for this studentship.
How to Apply
A single application procedure covers all 7 Studentships. A candidate can select the particular Studentships to be considered for when completing the funding application form. The link to the funding application form can be found below. There is no limit to the number of Studentships one can ask to be considered for. Indicatively, one can ask to be considered for all 7 positions.
Candidates will need to identify and be in contact with a prospective supervisor in the department in advance of submitting an application.
Step 1: All candidates should first apply for admission to the Research Degree: Statistical Science (RRDSTASING01) by completing the standard UCL online form.
Step 2: The following two documents should then be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, after changed into a PDF format:
1. Funding application form (link to Word document to be completed by the candidate)
2. Supervisor reference form (link to Word document to be completed and sent by the prospective supervisor)
Step 3: For an application to be completed, candidates should also fill in the following online form:
Diversity data form (link to Microsoft Form to be completed by the candidate)
For more information visit : Official Website
Applications must be submitted by the deadline of 16th March 2022, with shortlisting decisions made very soon after this date. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, until all Studentships are allocated. Thus, a new deadline will be announced in the event that not all Studentships are allocated within the current round of applications.
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