A program called the DeepMind Scholarship at Queen Mary University of London aims to encourage and support underrepresented groups to pursue postgraduate degrees in computer science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Due to the underrepresentation of black and/or female students in various fields of study, scholarships are only available to them.
A long, proud, and unique history of Queen Mary may be traced to four historical institutions that date all the way back to 1785. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, London Hospital Medical College, Westfield College, and Queen Mary College are our foundation institutions.
For entrance in 2023 or 2024, there are several financing sources available for undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral candidates. They consist of a sizable package of highly selective Queen Mary bursaries and scholarships in a variety of subject areas, as well as outside financial sources.
All four organizations were established with the goal of enhancing the lives of those with less privilege. For the purpose of enhancing the health of the surrounding populations in the City and east London, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College and The London Hospital Medical College were founded. At a time when these groups faced significant impediments to study, Westfield College and Queen Mary College provided education to women and working-class communities in the East End, respectively.
Queen Mary College, which was renamed from East London College to honor King George V’s bride Mary of Teck. “Queen Mary stands in striking refutation of all the early critics, who thought that university education was an unnecessary luxury for east London,” writes Sir Lynden Macassey in the Times. “Drawn as the students are from classes which have their own way to make in the world, they achieve exceptional results in their degree examinations.”
|Sponsors||University of Queen Mary|
|Closing Date||05 June 2023|
|Eligible Candidates||Local and Foreign Students|
If you want to be considered for a DeepMind Scholarship, you must:
- Be a student from the UK or abroad.
- Belong to an underrepresented population in the fields of computer science and artificial intelligence, such as women or people of African descent.
- Be guaranteed an admissions offer to one of the following programs in September 2023: At Queen Mary University of London, there are full-time MSc programs in artificial intelligence, computer science, computer games, machine learning for visual data analytics, and robotics.
Please first confirm that you are eligible to apply. Applications that do not fulfill the eligibility requirements will not be taken into consideration by the panel, and prizes may be withdrawn if it turns out that the applicants did not meet the requirements or gave misleading information.
A copy of the offer letter you received to enroll in one of the following Queen Mary programs:
- The MSc in Artificial Intelligence (Full Time), MSc Computer Science (FT), MSc Computer Gaming, or MSc in Machine Learning for Visual Data Analytics (FT) program.
- A completed application form together with a brief statement (no more than 500 words) outlining your qualifications for the scholarship and what drew you to Queen Mary University of London.
- A CV Send your completed application, the university’s letter of offer, and your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please write your first and last name on all of your paperwork.
Applications will be narrowed down by a selection committee, which will then decide which five students will receive the prize. By July 31, 2023, applicants will be informed of the outcome.
Value: Each DeepMind Scholarship will cover tuition fees, £12,250 in international fees, a living allowance of £15,480, a travel scholarship of £2,200 per year, and a one-time gift of £1,700 for equipment.