Applications are invited from candidates who have, or who expect to obtain, a first or upper second class honours degree (or equivalent). Your undergraduate degree should normally be in computer science, engineering, social sciences, policy research, psychology, or a related subject. You will also need either to have taken a mathematics course at university or have at least grade B in A level mathematics or international equivalent.
Funding lasts for up to four years. This includes:
- Home tuition fees
- training support fund £1,000 per annum
- maintenance stipend £15,609 per annum (2021/22 rate)