Imperial College London is one of the world's leading universities, and the Department of Computing carries our world-leading research in many areas of computer science. We welcome applications from students of the highest calibre for PhD study in all areas of the Department's research. These include artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, computational optimisation, computer systems and architecture, computer vision, data management, distributed systems, graphics, internet of things, logic, machine learning, medical imaging, performance, programming languages, robotics, security, scientific computing, software engineering, theoretical computer science and verification.
Although applications can be made at any time in the year, to increase your chances in the competition for funding, we recommend that you apply by one of the following two dates. Corresponding notification dates are also listed:
|Application deadline||Notification of acceptance and funding|
|31 January 2016||1 May 2016|
|7 April 2016||6 June 2016|
You may increase your chance of acceptance and facilitate efficient processing of your application by:
The College uses an online application system, which you can access by going here. Applications are formally processed by the Department only when the full paperwork has been received and processed by the College Registry. So we strongly advise you to read:
The Department has an equal opportunities policy and encourages applications from people with disabilities. You are invited to declare your disability to our PhD Admissions Tutor in order to discuss early on suitable arrangements for your PhD studies. Please also see the College's arrangements for people with disabilities at here.