UCLan provides financial support to high-potential students through its PhD Scholarships in Cyber Security in the UK (through MPhil).
The University of Central Lancashire, located in Preston, Lancashire, England, was established in 1828 and granted university status in 1992. UCLan accepts students from over 100 countries and has partnerships with 125 international institutions around the world.
Why study at UCLan? The institution supports and supervises students academically and administratively to ensure they successfully complete their chosen degree. This allows students to work full-time during the academic year.
Application Deadline: Applications for this grant will be accepted only until February 23, 2022
Brief Description; Introduction
University: University of Central Lancashire
Department: School of Psychology and Computer Science
Course level: PhD
Prize: £15,609 per annum
Number of awards: NA
Nationality: International applicants
The award is available in the UK
Target countries: All nationalities
Acceptable Courses or Subjects: PhD in Protecting Connected Self-Driving Vehicle (CAV) Infrastructure to Mitigate Virtual Vehicle Hijacking
Acceptance Criteria: To qualify, the applicant must meet all of the prescribed criteria.
Applicants must enroll in a doctoral program
How to Apply
How to Apply: To apply for a bursary, students must be enrolled in a doctoral program at the University. After that, you need to download and complete the online application form. Informal project related enquiries about posting can be made to Professor Rupak Kharel by email: RKharel1@uclan.ac.uk
Supplemental Documents: To apply, candidates must be prepared to submit their previous transcripts at the university.
Admission requirements: Applicants must have a master’s degree from an accredited university for admission.
Language requirements: Foreign applicants must have English proficiency of UKVI IELTS 6.5 (with no subskill below 6.0) or equivalent.
Student eligibility offers a three-year annual scholarship of $15,609. Both UK/Home and EU/International applicants can apply, but tuition fees are only paid at UK/Home rates for up to 3 years. EU/International applicants should pay the difference between the UK/Domestic rate and the EU/International rate.