Apply now for a place on the prestigious Alan Turing Institute PhD Enrichment Scheme.

Turing PhD Enrichment Scheme

Applications for the seventh Enrichment cohort starting in Autumn 2022 are now open. 

Why join the scheme? 

The Enrichment scheme has been designed to give students undertaking a PhD the opportunity to support and enhance their current research by accessing the facilities and opportunities available at The Alan Turing Institute and its partners. Students usually join us in their second or third years of a typical doctorate to further the work they are undertaking for their research project and support the completion of the PhD. 

Collaborate and network 

Enrichment students have the opportunity to find new collaborators for their research project, or to start a collaboration on something related to their field. Upon starting a placement students join a cohort from across the UK, as well as the range of researchers already active in London, Bristol or Leeds.

Bristol will provide you with an opportunity to collaborate with top data scientists, the University of Bristol has the highest number of Centres for Doctoral Training (EPSRC CDTs) in fields related data science and AI in the UK, including the Computational Statistics and Data Science CDT (COMPASS) and the Interactive Artificial Intelligence CDT. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to connect with these groups and join a cohort of enrichment students from across the UK that aims to develop a multidisciplinary network across the Turing data science community. 

Who can apply? 

Applications from a broad range of academic disciplines are encouraged. As well as maintaining usual contact with your home university supervisor, during your placement you will be supervised by University academics, some of them are also Turing Fellows, with whom you will collaborate on your enrichment project. 

Full details of how to apply can be found on the Alan Turing Institute website.We strongly recommend your read all the guidance before applying, including the FAQs. 

Closing date  23 February 2022, 12pm (noon) GMT. 

How to apply


Please find full details of how to apply on the Alan Turing Institute website.

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