A doctoral research programme is a significant undertaking; it's important you carefully consider and discuss your chosen area of research before submitting your application.
We recommend that you speak to a member of academic staff or our postgraduate admissions team before you apply.
It can take as long as a month for a complete application to be fully assessed and an offer made.
A Doctoral research programme is a big undertaking and the application process is designed to assess whether candidates have the appropriate background, knowledge, temperament and attitude for a Ph D.
The above advice is based entirely on my personal views on what I would hope to see from an applicant who wants to work on a doctorate with me.
Writing a topic proposal represents a major part of computer-science projects in high school, college and graduate school.
The process will include an interview (usually via phone or skype) and our admissions tutors will need to approve your acceptance before an offer can be made.
Please indicate on your application form that you wish to be considered for funding.
When you develop an idea for your university capstone project or master's thesis, you'll be required to submit a topic proposal to your professors.
Jobs in academic and industrial fields require such proposals when pitching new projects.