Scottish Funding Council Highly Skilled Workforce Digital Health & Care Institute Scholarship Programme 2015/16
The Digital Health & Wellness research group in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde has been awarded eight Masters scholarships by the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI)1 under the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) Highly Skilled Workforce (HSW) programme2.
The scholarships will cover the UK/EU tuition fee for registration in the MPhil Computing & Information Sciences programme3 and any additional programme costs. The duration of study for completion of the MPhil is normally 12 months full-time.
Scholarships are available to UK nationals who are permanently domiciled in Scotland, as well as EU nationals (excluding UK nationals) domiciled in EU or Scotland but not elsewhere in UK, who have been accepted on an eligible full-time or part-time Master's degree programme.
Digital Health & Care Institute Highly Skilled Workforce Scholarship Programme
These scholarships aim to provide skill development opportunities in the following areas:
- improvement in anticipatory care and preventative spend
- reduction in avoidable admissions and patient pathway times (admission through to safe discharge)
- establishing hospital/care at home capability
- connected health and care (devices/services/records)
- improved patient/user engagement in their health and care
To submit an application, please send a recent CV and cover letter, with a choice of two possible topics from the list below. You must explain why you are interested in these topics and give some indications as to how you may approach the project.
Please send your CV and cover letter to the HSW programme coordinator at Strathclyde:
Dr Bouamrane - email@example.com