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Mon Mar 12 2001

Support: NLP Program - King's College/ London

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Message 1: NLP Program - MPhil/PhD at King's College/ London

Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2001 09:25:19 +0000
From: Shalom Lappin <lappindcs.kcl.ac.uk>
Subject: NLP Program - MPhil/PhD at King's College/ London

 New MSc and MPhil/PhD Programs in Natural Language Processing
 in the Computer Science Dept. at King's College, London 

 A new Natural Language Processing research group has been created in the 
Computer Science Department at King's College, London. This group is offering 
an MSc in Natural Language Processing, which will start in September 2001, and
opportunities for MPhil/PhD studies. For information on the group and these 
new programes please consult our web site at 
www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/research/groups/nlp/index.html. 
Inquiries can also be directed to Shalom Lappin (lappindcs.kcl.ac.uk) or 
Jonathan Ginzburg (ginzburgdcs.kcl.ac.uk). 

 The Department of Computer Science at King's College anticipates having two
EPSRC funded quota PhD studentships for September, 2001. These will be awarded
on a competitive basis to PhD applicants from any area of computer science. 
The holder of an EPSRC quota studentship must be a permanent resident of the 
UK to receive a tuition scholarship and a maintenance grant. Residents of a 
European Union country are eligible for a tuition scholarship only. Qualified 
PhD applicants interested in pursuing research in natural language processing 
will be considered for these grants. 


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