[Haskell] [Announcement] PhD Scholarship at St Andrews

Kevin Hammond kh at dcs.st-and.ac.uk
Thu Jun 30 06:08:53 EDT 2005

The School of Computer Science has one vacancy for an EPSRC funded 
3-year PhD scholarship.
Applicants must have a first class or upper second degree (or the 
equivalent from an overseas
institution), and must fulfill the EPSRC citizenship requirements 
(roughly, they must be citizens
of the UK or another EU country and be resident in the EU).

We would obviously welcome applications from those who were 
interested in functional programming
and Haskell.   General school information below.  Note that time is limited!

Kevin Hammond, Roy Dyckhoff and James McKinna

Postgraduate Places for 2005 in the School of Computer Science

Well qualified students are sought for EPSRC funded PhD places for 
next year. You are encouraged to contact potential supervisors and 
discuss your interests before applying. We are particularly 
interested in applications from students interested in Computer 
Vision and Graphics, but eligible applicants from any area of 
Computer Science are encouraged to apply. Eligible UK applicants can 
expect a generous tax free maintenance award (£12K in 2005-6) and 
both EU and UK applicants are eligible for full payment of fees. In 
addition, first class applicants are eligible for the St Andrews 
Excellence Award, which provides an additional £2K in the first year 
of study.

Computer Science at St Andrews obtained a 5 rating in the last 
Research Assessment Exercise, and is consistently rated in the top 10 
CS departments in the UK. See 
http://www.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/news/parc.php for more details.

For more information about the PG opportunities in the School please 
see http://www.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/postgrad/.

For admissions procedures and forms please see 
http://www.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/postgrad/prospective/admissions.php for 
more information.

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