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AI for the study of Environmental Risks (AI4ER)

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training
 

Timeline (for starting October 2021)

Applications are now open!

14 October 2020 - Deadline for Gates funding competition (US applicants)

7 January 2021 - Deadline for funding competition (rest of the world)

Interview dates are to be confirmed.

Monday 31 May 2021 - Final Deadline for all applications

Please note that most places are filled during the first round of recruitment. Applications received after this time will be considered, but funding opportunities, and places, may be limited.

The final deadline for applications is 31 May 2021, however, should all the places be filled the Department reserves the right to close early. We strongly advise applicants to submit their applications as early as possible.

How to apply

Before applying, please ensure you have read the information provided on all the pages for our programme on the course directory and on this site.

We must receive the following documents, via the applicant portal, by the deadlines given

  • A completed application form
  • Academic Transcript(s)
  • Two Academic References
  • CV
  • Statement of Interest - please tell us how you see the application of AI transforming the assessment of environmental risk in the next 5-years. Please do not include any other information in your statement, that does not relate to the question asked.

Unfortunately your application will be rejected if we do not receive all of the documents by the deadlines. Please ensure you check on the status of your application after submission, and contact your referees if references are still pending after 10 days.

Recruitment process

Our recruitment panel will shortlist following strict criteria issued by the University to departments. Criteria includes academics, references and potential for the programme (knowledge of the field, experience and fit, aptitude etc).

The University of Cambridge attracts applications from a number of excellent candidates, which unfortunately means competition is high.

Due to the high number of applications received, we will not be able to provide feedback at the shortlisting stage.

Feedback after interview may be given at the panel's discretion.