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PhD Studentships
School of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh

e-Democracy PhD studentships available within the ITC.

There are several PhD studentships available to suitably qualified applicants, for research study within the School of Computing at Napier University, Edinburgh.

Each studentship provides a standard living allowance (of 12,000 pa in 2005-06) and also covers full fees up to a level appropriate to UK/EU applicants, for up to three years subject to satisfactory progress. Studentships normally start in October or in March. Applicants should normally have, or expect to get, a first or upper-second class degree or a Masters degree.

Further details of research within the School can be found on the School's website:
www.soc.napier.ac.uk and more detailed information on e-Democracy and the ITC at itc.napier.ac.uk.

An application form and research student handbook can be found on the School of Computing website by following the link Information for: Research Students.

Applicants are strongly advised to include as much detail as they can about their research interests and what topics they would like to investigate, on additional sheets if necessary. Studentships will only be awarded to applicants whose research interest matches those of the research groups in the School.

Formal application should be sent to the address on the form:
The Research Office,
Napier University,
Merchiston Campus,
10 Colinton Road,
Edinburgh,
EH10 5DJ.

Applications must be received by Friday 5th August 2005; early applications are preferred.

If you are interested in applying and your research interest is e-Democracy, you may wish to contact Professor Ann Macintosh a.macintosh@napier.ac.uk to discuss your specific research topic.

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