The University of Suffolk are pleased to offer this project as a fee waiver scholarship. The cost of your PhD fees will be covered by the University, however living costs will need to be considered and accounted for by the candidate. UK/EU only.
Entry requirements: acceptable first degree in computing, electrical / electronic engineering or cognate areas. The standard minimum entry requirement is 2:1.
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