Applications open: PhD Enrichment Scheme

Students working in science

The Alan Turing PhD Enrichment Scheme is designed to support second and third year PhD students looking to learn, enhance and broaden their research within data science and AI.

Awards are given on a six-month or nine-month basis and are based at the Alan Turing Office in London. Awardees are expected to engage for at least eight days a month (two days a week) to take advantage of the programme’s learning opportunities.

Monthly financial support is available to help with commuting or relocation costs and you will also have the opportunity to loan a high-specification laptop to support your AI or data science endeavours.

Applications from a wide range of disciplines are welcomed, particularly those which span multiple disciplines and fall within the Institute’s key research areas:

  • Health
  • Defence and Security
  • Environment and Sustainability
  • Digital Society and Public Policy
  • Core Capabilities

Please note you cannot apply for this scheme if you are in the writing stage of your PhD or intend to submit your thesis within three months.

Students are encouraged to speak to their supervisor(s) prior to applying.

Apply for the scheme. The deadline is 12pm, Wednesday 17 June.

Find out more about the Alan Turing PhD Enrichment Scheme.

Guidance for supervisors.