DeepMind, a global leader in artificial intelligence research and practical applications with offices in London, has given these scholarships to Stellenbosch University, the first African university to receive them.
The startup DeepMind was founded in London in 2010, and its DeepMind Scholarships are a component of a larger effort to increase interest in science and assist the global research environment, especially in Africa.
Other scholarships that provide full scholarships and monthly stipends are available in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Canada.
Host Country : South Africa
Study Abroad: Study in Africa
Eligible Countries: Sub-Saharan African Countries
Reward: Full Scholarship
- Tuition Fees
- Living Expenses
- Health Insurance
Deadline: August 31, 2022
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These DeepMind scholarships are available to students across sub-Saharan Africa who wish to conduct research related to machine learning, and recipients will be selected by the university to begin courses in 2022.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Expertise on the African Continent Thanks to Prestigious Scholarships Awarded for Postgraduate Courses in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Computer Science at Stellenbosch University (SU), will be greatly encouraged.
The DeepMind Scholarship program provides bright students, including women, who are currently an underrepresented group in machine learning, with the support they need to study at leading universities. Fees are paid in full and the recipient receives guidance and support from her DeepMind mentor.
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Stellenbosch University DeepMind Scholarships Eligibility Requirements:
To be eligible for Stellenbosch University DeepMind Scholarships, you must meet the following requirements:
- Be from Sub-Saharan African Countries
- Be in global machine learning landscape
- Have an honours degree in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Mathematics, or Mathematical Statistics;
- Have a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Engineering;
- Be an NQF level 8 qualification deemed equivalent to the above, in a field closely linked to ML and AI.
- Have an existing and demonstrable proficiency in Python or an equivalent programming language
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Many other scholarships are obtainable in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Canada, giving full scholarships and monthly stipends.
DeepMind Scholarships Stellenbosch Duration and Benefit Covers
- Scholarship period is 1 year
- Full scholarship covering tuition, living expenses, housing and health insurance
- Selected candidates will have the opportunity to participate in the international conference
- The selected candidates will also receive mentoring from DeepMind researchers
- A comprehensive CV
- A letter of motivation
- A statement of research interest
Stellenbosch University DeepMind Scholarships Application Procedure
Click on the button below to commence your application if you’re interested and qualified. Fill in the required information step by step as follows:
Go to the applicant portal on SUNStudent, create a profile if you haven’t already, and log in.
Click on “Programme selection”.
- Faculty: “Faculty of Science-Stellenbosch”
- Programme type: “Postgraduate”
- Programme: “MSc (Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence)”, full-time or part-time
Complete the required information from the menus on the left panel.
Under “Upload documents” you will be asked for:
- a comprehensive CV
- a letter of motivation
- a statement of research interest
The letter of motivation can be short (1 page), on why you want to complete this programme, what you hope to get out of it, and what you might want to do after the programme. The statement of research interest can be a short (1 page) letter on any specific interests you currently have within the fields of ML and AI.
Note that you do not need to identify an academic supervisor. Accepted students will have an opportunity after the start of the programme to speak to potential supervisors and indicate research project preferences.
If you are happy with the terms, submit your application. Note that there is an application fee of R100 for South African applicants (no fee for international applicants or current SU students).
To apply and know more about Stellenbosch University DeepMind Scholarships, please visit the official website:
Deadline: August 31, 2022
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