PhD Studentship Transforming Education with Web and Motion Graphics Technology



The School of Design, Engineering and Computing at Bournemouth University is offering this unique PhD studentship (for 3 years) to exceptional UK, EU and overseas graduates to join its exciting Creative Technologies Centre. The successful candidate will be focusing on creation of engaging and memorable learning experiences with novel interactive and visualization technologies, aiming to build a new learning platform that connects teachers around the world to share the best material on every subject.

Decisions will be made on the basis of the candidate’s academic excellence, potential of future achievement and his/her rich experience on:

  1. Web development, ideally with Python Djanjo, but PHP can also be considered. Links to the websites built by the candidate is required to support the application; Or
  2. Motion graphics/animation, ideally with Adobe After Effects. Attachment or links to the videos done by the candidate is required to demonstrate the skills.

Eligibility Criteria
Candidates for this fully-funded PhD studentship must demonstrate outstanding qualities and be motivated to complete a PhD in 3 years. All candidates must satisfy the University’s minimum doctoral entry criteria for studentships of an honours degree at Upper Second Class (2.1) and/or an appropriate Masters degree. An IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 minimum is essential for candidates for whom English is not their first language.

In addition to satisfying basic entry criteria, BU will look closely at the qualities, skills and background of each candidate and what they can bring to their chosen research project.

To discuss this opportunity further please contact:

  1. Dr Feng Tian [email protected]
  2. Dr Nan Jiang [email protected]

For details on how to apply please visit the Apply button below.

Closing Date
The first call for applications will close on 2nd December 2013 

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