University of New Brunswick is inviting candidates for fully-funded MS or PhD scholarship in the area of system and network security. Scholarship is available in the Information Security Centre of Excellence (ISCX), Faculty of Computer Science. The candidate will have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic team actively working on industry-driven R&D research.
University’s mission is to create the premier university environment for their students, faculty and staff in which to learn, work and live. They will provide an exceptional and transformative education for students, by encouraging initiative and innovation, unlocking their creative potential.
The Information Security Centre of Excellence (ISCX) is a research centre within Faculty of Computer Science, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. ISCX has been established in 2007 to accelerate cybersecurity research and development at UNB. Since then, ISCX evolved to one of the largest R&D research centers in Canada involved in a broad spectrum of education and industrial collaborations.
Applicants should have strong background in programming with at least basic knowledge of computer security.
Course Level: Scholarship is awarded for pursuing PhD/MS programme.
Study Subject: Scholarship is available within the faculty of Computer Science at the Information Security Centre of Excellence (ISCX).
List of Subjects: System and Network Security
Scholarship can be taken at: Canada
Eligibility: Strong background in programming with at least basic knowledge of computer security.
Nationality: Applicants from Canada are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: To be eligible for this programme, applicants must have strong background in programming with at least basic knowledge of computer security.
English Language Requirement: English is both the working language and the primary language of instruction and examination at the University of New Brunswick. It is essential that all students be able to communicate and comprehend effectively, both orally and in written form, in English. All International applicants to the School of Graduate Studies whose mother tongue is not English (including International applicants who are Landed Immigrants or residents in Canada) are required to demonstrate a competency in the English language which will enable them to participate fully in the academic life of the University.
Supporting Material: Interested candidates are requested to send a detailed CV (including the names of at least three referees), transcript of records (stating the relevant courses) to Dr. Natalia Stakhanova.
How to Apply: The position is available as early as May/September 2016. Applications must be submitted by e-mail to Dr. Natalia Stakhanova natalia.stakhanova-at-unb.ca.
Application Deadline: Contact Employer