The University of Hull is accepting applications for its partially funded Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Bursaries.
About the University of Hull and Scholarship
The University of Hull, a distinguished public research institution situated in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, has a rich history dating back to its establishment in 1927 as University College Hull. The university’s primary campus is nestled in Hull and houses the Hull York Medical School, a collaborative venture with the University of York. Hull University Union caters to the diverse needs of the student community.
Throughout its history, the university has been led by esteemed chancellors, including notable figures such as Lord Middleton (1954–1969), Lord Cohen (1970–1977), Lord Wilberforce (1978–1994), Lord Armstrong (1994–2006), and Virginia Bottomley (Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone) (2006–2023). Alan Johnson assumed the role of chancellor in July 2023.
The University of Hull played a pivotal role as a principal partner in the city’s bid to secure the title of UK City of Culture in 2017. Beyond contributing to the bid’s planning, the university, along with its dedicated staff and students, actively participated in various events throughout the year.
For instance, the Hull Maritime Museum featured a multimedia installation depicting a Bowhead whale during the initial three-month season. This creative endeavor was a collaborative effort involving students from Hull School of Art and Design, with musical contributions from Hull University. The opening event, spanning from January 1 to 7, featured a multimedia projection named “Arrivals and Departures,” drawing inspiration from Dr. Nick Evans’ work on migration patterns into and through Hull.
In a commitment to fostering diversity and accessibility, the university offers a series of £10,000 scholarships to support students from diverse backgrounds in pursuing the MSc in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science. These scholarships, designed for full-time study during the academic year 2023–2024, underscore the university’s dedication to promoting inclusive education and facilitating the pursuit of cutting-edge disciplines.
Details about Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Bursaries at the University of Hull:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Hull, UK
Scholarship Value: Partial Funding, up to GBP 10,000
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Hull, UK
Courses: Artificial Intelligence & Data Science
Eligibility Criteria for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Bursaries
The beneficiaries of the scholarships are funded by the Office for Artificial Intelligence (OAI) and the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) and were awarded by the Office for Students (OfS) at the University of Hull. The following qualifying standards are set by the Government/Office for Students and are a precondition for the grant award. The standard has not been set by the University of Hull.
- The candidate must be a citizen of the United Kingdom or Ireland, have a permanent residence under the EU Settlement Scheme, or be granted indefinite leave of absence.
- The applicant typically resides in England.
- Before the start day of the first academic year of your degree, the applicant must have resided in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man for three years in a row.
- The students, along with their relatives, are refugees.
- Humanitarian protection is extended to the student’s family.
- If the student, or any family members, are stateless
Application Procedure for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Bursaries
- Why do you want to study this conversion master?
- What is your plan for joining the UK workforce after graduation? Please be as clear as possible.
Note: The admissions office will consider your academic background, achievements, and excellence together with your personal circumstances and wider involvement requirements while evaluating your application. Scholarship selections are entirely subjective and final.?
Being eligible for the scholarship does not ensure an award because this is a competitive scholarship program. All submissions will be reviewed by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, which will produce a ranked list.
The Application Deadline: is 10 December 2023 at 23:59 UK time.
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