Scholarships for graduate study in AI and related fields
The DeepMind Scholarship programme was established in 2017 in an effort to help build a stronger and more inclusive AI community, and bring a wider range of experiences to the fields of AI and computer science. These scholarships provide financial support to students from underrepresented groups seeking to study graduate courses relating to AI and adjacent fields.
- Financial support for graduate study (generally including tuition, stipend/living costs, plus a grant for equipment and attending academic conferences)
- Opportunity to be matched with a DeepMind mentor for personal development
- PhD and/or Masters scholarships offered at a range of UK universities: University of Birmingham, University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, and University College London
- The programme also supports scholars at universities in many more countries currently underrepresented in AI, including – Bulgaria, Brazil, Colombia, Greece, Poland, Romania, South Africa, and Turkey, as well as in the US, Canada and France
- Please consult the relevant university websites for course and scholarship requirements and eligibility
How To Apply
- Each university offering DeepMind scholarships manages its own application process and recruitment timelines, so further information, such as eligibility or relevant course deadlines, should be found via university websites. Some university deadlines will have already closed for ’21 intake, so please check details carefully.
- More information on the DeepMind scholarships, and a list of the partner universities offering scholarships in ’21, can be found at deepmind.com/scholarships.
- Salary 0 ~ £20,000
- Experience Level Junior
- Twitter Handle @deepmind