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Get the highest Education status as a software Engineer just for free. With Ph.D. Scholarships for Software Engineering Students, you as just as good as nice.
In the present digital age, software engineers are the creative brains behind the various computer programs we use daily. The world is always searching for new software, mobile applications and computer systems to make living easier and more secure.
That is software engineers are on high demand and employment in the field of software engineering is on d increase.
Software engineering scholarship offers is and has been a great opportunity for students both local and foreign to fund their studies on the design, development, and maintenance of software.
The discipline is a meeting point between computer science and programming that focuses on developing software systems that operate effectively.
So if you wish to dive deeply into the field of software engineering especially at the doctorate level, it can be quite expensive due to the high cost of tuition fees and research expenses. However, we have in this article, outlined the 18 best scholarship opportunities available for funding your Ph.D. studies in the field.
The aim of the opportunity is to finance Ph.D. students to design and develop secure data compression and analytics for future IoT ecosystem leveraging advanced signal processing techniques.
The support is partially funded by Innovation Fund Denmark and is targeted at the development of data compression scheme with in-built security with advanced signal processing techniques for IoT ecosystem, including sensor devices, and communication, storage, and computation infrastructure and to create a machine learning and data analytics on compressed and encrypted data.
The applicant is expected to deploy such designs in practical systems to demonstrate the results.
The scholarship aims to develop a new interactive and immersive Virtual reality system for simulation and visualization of dental radiography training. It is a partnership project between Dr. Simant Prakoonwit (Department of Creative Technology, Bournemouth University), Dr. N. L. Bolstad (Department of Clinical Dentistry, University of Tromsø, Norway) and Dr. W Khan, Caspia Research, UK.
The selected candidates will get a maintenance grant of £14,777 per year for a 36 months fee waiver and expenses during the research.
Some of the necessary requirements are as follows;
All applications must be done on the school website and all inquiries should be directed to the email section.
This academic aid is targeted at projects of a proposed new visualization system that will address drawbacks as large size of the full transaction graphs, a compromise between a subset of data to visualize and how to suppress the unnecessary details in graph visualization.
In this project, the student will get the opportunity to work with Caspia and harness its intensive experience in software/app development and Blockchain, to gain more real-life experience.
The applicant will get a maintenance grant of £14,777 per year for a 36 months fee waiver and expenses during the course of their research. They will also be a participant in the active research community in the department and faculty as well as the main research team.
They will be entitled to the provision of and specialist development needs, personal, professional, career learning and development and will have access to peer learning and support with adequate supervision and monitoring.
This opportunity is meant for all international students unless otherwise specified.
This fully-funded studentship by ESPRC doctoral training Centre for Digital Entertainment (CDE) is for outstanding candidates to venture into fully-funded research on computer games, animation, visual effects and other topics in the graphics/vision area.
The offer is for a four-year doctoral program which will make available for the student, a tax-free stipend of £16,277 per annum, £4,000 when the placement starts and the contractual agreement is signed, £10,000 for conferences and equipment, as well as everything needed for a research career in the games, visual effects or computer animation industries.
Students can pitch their ideas to leading computer games, animation and visual effects companies like BBC R&D, Electronic Arts, Sony Entertainment, Double Negative Visual Effects, Ninja Theory, Natural Motion, and organizations that require digital technology expertise such as BMT Defence Services, Emteq, TotalSim, Cityscape, Plymouth Marine Labs, National Trust, National Museums Liverpool, and Imperial War Museums or be trained in starting their own company.
The candidates will be assessed based on their research potential and academic excellence.
All applications should be done via the CDE website.
The offer is towards a project to develop a software and implementation strategy to identify, predict, prevent and mitigate Cyberattack in a chemical plant. It is aimed at supporting students to develop a Cyber-secure predictive control strategy for chemical plants that affect the resilience of the control process to Cyberattack.
When the framework is done, it can be used to detect potential threats and weaknesses, manage live threats, quantify risk and economic cost of consequences and evaluate control strategies that stop potential threats.
The applicant for the studentship will be expected to develop digital twins for a range of chemical plant assets and use these models to test, detect and respond to attacks.
The scholarship will make available a stipend of £16, 777 per year for UK/EU candidates and £10,000 for international and full tuition for 3years.
Opportunities are now available for Ph.D. studentship to research and develop a natural language voice user interface for intelligent HCI. The research is geared towards adopting an approach to language recognition and understanding and develops practical methods and robust algorithms to achieve more accurate and reliable speech recognition.
Selected candidates will have access to £16,777 (UK/EU candidates) or £10,000 (international candidates) along with their full-time tuition fees for 3 years. In addition, the student will be based in Brunel’s Uxbridge campus and be part of the College of Engineering Design and Physical Sciences research team and participate in conferences both national and international scenes, interact with partners and have the opportunity to travel to Chengdu, China, to work with partners linked with the Chengdu High-Tech zone, in China.
The offer is a collaborative effort of Brunel University London and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) which supports the interdisciplinary research institute of innovative Quality Engineering and Smart Technology (I2QUEST).
The scholarship is to sponsor a task to produce a novel computer sciences articles and service for Airbus Security Operations Centre (SOC) through students that will research on the linking analyses to threat vectors, which constitute certain kinds of malware, infection mechanisms, and device/software type. The project will need a combination of creative thought around infection pathways, artificial intelligence methods for representation of behavioral profiles and scalable analysis using the distributed cloud services.
The offer has cash support of full tuition fee a period of three years prior to the start of the course, and £14,777 which is a stipend for maintenance and other expenses. Plus, the students will have access to the facilities at Airbus in Newport and be integrated with the Cyber Operations team as a member of the research unit which will provide a first-hand industry R&T experience.
The research will develop skills in malware reverse engineering, artificial intelligence methods for representing malware behavior, and Cloud deployment of machine learning models on massive datasets.
All applications should be emailed burnapP@cardiff.ac.uk.
This fully-funded scholarship project is geared at sponsoring research students to conduct comprehensive research on convection under a magnetic field in the so-called tangent cylinder region of the Earth’s core. It will involve a framework that will collaborate with an experimental study that will reproduce and visualize these non-linear states in an experimental model of the earth’s core.
The offer has with it, the tuition fee and a bursary of £15, 000 and a comprehensive research training including technical, personal and professional skills and will be part of the Doctoral College and Centre for Research Capability and Development, which provides support with high-quality training and career development activities
The United Nations University – International Institute for Software Technology (UNU-IIST) in Macau is offering Ph.D. Scholarship in Software Engineering in Healthcare involves carrying out research in Electronic Governance for Sustainable Development. It will be focused on enabling and mediating role of ICT in the networks.
The applicant will analyze the organization, behavior, evolution and value systems underpinning ICT-enabled governance networks – networks of government organizations, businesses, social enterprises, volunteer groups, and other non-state actors, all working together, supported by ICT tools to deliver public services, create public value and generally contribute to the larger policy objectives.
The new ASI Data Science & Data Engineering Fellowship is now opened for 2022 January Ph.D. graduates, postdoctoral researchers and experienced software engineers’ transition into a career in data science.
By way of its support, the recipients will receive a London living wage for four days a week for the duration of the six-week project plus a free of charge two weeks training at the beginning of the fellowship. These benefits exclude accommodation.
The selected candidates are required to have
The Faster Route International Excellence Scholarships up for grab at the School of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow for students who have a conditional or unconditional offer for a single or integrated program in Computing Science or Software Engineering.
The scholarship has a cash offer of about £5,000 for personal research expenses.
Offers are now available for The International Max Planck Research School for Computer Science (IMPRS-CS) for 15 Fully-Funded Ph.D. Fellowships for International Students in Germany. The award is a partnership funding between the organization and Microsoft Research Cambridge (MSRC).
The International Max Planck Research School for Computer Science (IMPRS-CS) is a graduate school jointly operated by the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems and Saarland University.
The University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia is making available a Ph.D. scholarship in the area of Software Engineering Analytics (SEA) in the school to leverage machine learning and data analytics (including deep learning) to automatically predict and rectify defects and security vulnerabilities in software code.
The selected candidate will have access to funding for conference travels and the opportunity to work with local and international collaborators.
This offer by The Software Engineering & Architecture (SEARCH) group at the University of Groningen is geared towards encouraging the participants in the advancement of the state of the art research in software architecture design and knowledge, software product lines, architecture patterns and pattern languages, architecture-centric evolution, and service-oriented architecture.
The university is determined to enhancing the field of software architecture and intends to achieve that by carrying out joint research projects with universities, research institutes, and industrial partners.
Offers are ongoing for students to apply for a Ph.D. scholarship in the field of software engineering, particularly software testing and machine learning in partnership with a software testing company. The offer is from the University of Wollongong and will contribute to an Australian Research Council Linkage Project which involves a network with other companies that develop innovative software testing technologies for machine learning, big data, and cybersecurity applications.
The benefit for the offer is three years full-time with a stipend of $AUD 27,082 per annum (tax-free and indexed annually) plus tuition fee waiver. The students are to explore the connection between software testing and machine learning and use it to develop techniques to solving difficult problems such as self-driving cars, big data analytics, image, and natural language processing, as well as cybersecurity and techniques for testing its effectiveness and efficiency.
Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)
Applications are invited for one Ph.D. Scholarship at RMIT University. RMIT is a global university of technology, focused on creating solutions that transform the future to benefit people and their environments.
The scholarship is valued at A$27,000 per annum for 3 years. They collaborate with other experts from RMIT University and worldwide as required.
Coventry University (CU) is inviting applications from suitably qualified graduates for a fully-funded Ph.D. studentship (part of the CU Global Challenges Research program) working to understand energy needs and providing new technical solutions for displaced populations in Rwanda and Nepal.
This Studentship will be based on an EPSRC-funded project called HEED-Refugee. The successful applicant will be working with energy survey data collected by the project team as well as data that is streamed from hundreds of wireless sensors embedded in deployed energy interventions (such as mobile lanterns, cookstoves, street lights and microgrids in the camps) in order to perform real-life evaluation of the innovations that support refugees in Rwanda and Nepal.
All Coventry University Global Challenges Research Studentships include £15,000 bursary plus tuition fees – UK/EU/International.
The candidate must possess the following;
The University of Adelaide is offering Master/Ph.D. scholarships in the broad areas of Data Science and Software Engineering. We are looking for highly-motivated and exceptional candidates who are interested in researching big data analytics in software engineering.
The scholarships provide:
Course tuition fees for two years for a Masters’s degree by Research and three years for a Doctoral research degree (an extension is possible for doctoral programs only), and
An annual living allowance ($26,288, tax-exempt) for two years for a Masters degree by Research and three years for a Doctoral research degree (an extension is possible for doctoral programs only), plus conference travel awards.
To apply for one of these scholarships, you must complete an application consisting of:
Software engineering programs at the Ph.D. level are meant for candidates who have obtained a master’s degree in computer science or software engineering. Such programs are quite a few, thus most schools around the world offer it as a higher level in the study of computer science majors. There are very few numbers of universities in the world that offer the course as a separate doctoral program. Most of these institutions are based in the United States and they include;
Some of the specific areas of concentration in the doctoral study of software engineering include Software modeling, user interface design and development, quality of service, maintenance, critical systems, data mining, database management systems, network security
Like any other course, Software Engineering Doctorate Program has certain requirements that must be fulfilled or looked out for when applying for admission into the program. These requirements may differ according to the institution involved.
The general requirements are a master’s degree in computer science or software engineering and its transcript.
Other requirements may include the following: