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Research Ready Programme

If you are excited by the revolution in AI and would like to play a part in it, we would love to hear from you!

Apply for the Research Ready Programme and embark on an exciting learning experience this summer.

The Research Ready Programme is a paid, 6-week programme which will introduce you to the fundamentals of AI and Data Science research skills and techniques.  

Learn how AI works and understand the implications of AI from leading academics in the field. Learn valuable research methods and how to apply them in a supportive learning environment. Build career-enhancing AI skills and explore the role of AI in various industries.  

The programme is aimed at 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students in Computer Science or a closely related academic area, such as Data Science, Physics, Maths, and Neuroscience.  

You should have a desire to challenge yourself, be ambitious to learn new skills, and enjoy independent study and working collaboratively.  

The programme is created by Queen Mary University of London to help solve some of the critical challenges leading to under-representation in the field of AI. In this context, we are looking for applicants for the programme who are from Black, Asian, and ethnic minority backgrounds, or who identify as female, or students from low-income backgrounds, each being under-represented groups in AI. 

Support for the programme is received via the Google DeepMind Research Ready funding stream.

Be part of the AI revolution

Learn about cutting edge generative AI, research methods, build career skills...

About the Programme

Why should you apply for the programme?

Improve your technical skills, present your research at Google DeepMind...

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Who is this opportunity for?

Building an AI community where everyone can participate and thrive...

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How to apply

Find our online application form, application guidelines and webinar...

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