Turing PhD Enrichment scheme info session

Applications for the Turing PhD Enrichment scheme are now open for entry in October 2024.

These are intended for PhD students in their research phase (typically 2nd year) and allow the recipient to spend 6-9 months working with a mentor at The Alan Turing Institute (ATI) in London and carry a small stipend. Hybrid working is also permitted and they provide networking opportunities.

Competition is high and the ATI is interested in applications where a case can be made that the research will benefit from opportunities at the ATI. Any discipline where the data science toolkit or AI forms a component are encouraged to apply.

The ATI is running a webinar on 1st December at 11am-12.30PM that will provide information to prospective applicants.

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Christine Comrie

Student Communications Officer

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