The PhD on the Information and Knowledge Society Programme recently opened the call for candidates — including 10 full time fellowships —, offering 33 student places in the following fields:
- Computer Science and Networking Technologies
- Community and Social Action
- Law and ICT
- Information Systems
- New Economy
- Technology and health
- Technology and Education System
- Research Programmes
As said, UOC‘s research institute, the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, offers 10 grants for full-time PhDs that are carried out physically in its headquarters in Castelldefels’s Mediterranean Technology Park (20 minutes from Barcelona). It carries a stipend and access to travel funds.
Please visit the PhD programme‘s website, for detailed information about the places on offer and the fellowships.
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