The Google PhD Student Fellowship Program is now open. Students from any country are welcome to apply. They will be undertaking PhD degree in of these countries; Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Mainland China. Six winners will be selected to receive the awards. No application will be selected after 31 May 2017.
The winning fellows will receive benefits as follow:
- US$10K: to cover stipend and other research related activities travel expense including overseas travel. (Please be noted that monetary awards differ by regions)
- Google Research Mentor
- Opportunity to join Google global annual PhD Fellowship Summit and covering the travel cost
- Opportunity to apply for a paid summer internship (but not guaranteed and not required)
Level and Area of Studies
PhD program in one of the following fields; Computational Neuroscience, Machine Learning, Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision, Mobile Computing, Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction), Robotics and Systems and Networking.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in one of these countries; Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Full-time graduate students pursuing a PhD in the research areas represented by the fellowships
- Must attend one of the eligible schools and universities. Student must remain enrolled in the PhD program or forfeit the fellowship award
- Must be nominated by their department/university
- Must have completed their graduate coursework in the PhD program and be embarking on or continuing their graduate research in the fall of 2017
- Students who have already received the fellowship from other companies are not eligible (but not conflict with those from local government).
- Google employees and family members of Google employees are not eligible
There is no nationality requirement.
Students may not submit their own application. Nominations and application materials must be submitted directly by the university.
31 May 2017.