We are not accepting any further applications for 2020 entry. Please refer to the information above on how to apply for the 2021/22 intake. Links will also be available on the websites of each university.
We would like to receive applications from individuals who hold (or expect to receive) a masters level degree (or equivalent) in mathematics, statistics, physics, computer science, engineering, or in a closely related subject.
Whilst the programme is normally intended for full-time study, we welcome applications for part-time study, including from those with established careers or caring responsibilities.
Most of our studentships are restricted to Home / Republic of Ireland nationals.
Please refer to the following link for the latest information on funding from the UK government click here
However, in recognition of the outstanding talent of many overseas students, both Oxford and Imperial offer several highly prestigious international scholarships designed to attract and reward the best students.
The main source of funding open to all overseas applicants through Imperial College is via the “President’s scholarship”
To be considered for this scholarship, you need to follow the procedures on the Imperial website (please note this differs to the standard CDT application procedure and there are specific deadlines unrelated to the CDT you need to adhere to). Furthermore, prior to applying, candidates must have contacted a supervisor in an academic department at Imperial College London who has agreed to supervise their research project and their name needs to be put on the application form.
In order to be considered for most Oxford University scholarships, students must have applied by January 2021.
Students are expected to finish the programme within four years and funding is available for this period. It covers fees, and a living stipend that we expect to be about £17,285 per year.
The CDT has several funding sources. Eligibility criteria will apply – and will be different depending on the funding source.
Most funding is for UK/Republic of Ireland nationals (see https://epsrc.ukri.org/skills/students/help/eligibility/ for further details on research council funding). We hope to be able to fund a small number of students of any nationality.
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The main source of funding open to all overseas applicants through Imperial is via the “President’s scholarship”,
To be considered for this scholarship you need to follow the procedures on the Imperial website (please note this differs to the standard CDT application procedure and there are specific deadlines unrelated to the CDT you need to adhere to). Furthermore, prior to applying candidates must have contacted a supervisor in an academic department at Imperial College London who has agreed to supervise their research project and their name needs to be put on the application form.
For an informal discussion about the programme, you can contact Professor Judith Rousseau at email@example.com, or the CDT director, Professor Axel Gandy at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is usually best to start these discussions with one of these contacts via e-mail.
For administrative question, please write to email@example.com.
We encourage early applications.
Every student will have a home institution (either Imperial or Oxford) and will receive their degree from this institution. Training will take place at both institutions.
It is expected that Oxford-based CDT students will be affiliated to St Peter’s College.
- Send an application to the Admissions Portal for Oxford and/or Imperial and fill in the application declaration form (see above)
- Assessment and interviews will take place once applications have been received through the suggested university.
- Offers will be made by Imperial or by Oxford (depending on where you have applied to).