School of Computing
PhD Research Studentships
Robert Gordon University, Scotland, UK
A research studentship opportunity in the below mentioned area and
others in Computing are available:
Adaptive User Interfaces for Personal Information Use (please quote ref:
For application form and details on this and other studentships in
School please see:
These studentships are open to all applicants, and candidates should a
first or upper second class honours degree (or equivalent) in computer
science or a degree with significant computing content.
All successful candidates will have a tax free living allowance of £9500
(which is £500 above the normal stipend) per annum. Depending on
eligibility,non-UK/EU students will need to contribute £500 per
annum towards their Overseas tuition fees.
Aberdeen is a superb place to live with good accommodation, excellent
amenities and a large student population. The countryside surrounding
Aberdeen provides myriad opportunities for hill walking,orienteering,
canoeing, mountain biking, cycling,skiing and other outdoor pursuits.