There are approximately 25 PhD students at Otago researching in the areas of multicore and parallel computing.  The University of Otago is New Zealand’s top-ranked university for research by the New Zealand Government and provides a true university town experience in a city of great natural beauty.

In excess of $10,000,000 worth of scholarships and awards are available for students to study at the University of Otago.  The University offers a range of prestigious scholarships for postgraduate study and students of outstanding ability are invited to apply for these scholarships.

International PhD students enrolling at Otago are eligible to pay the tuition fees at the New Zealand domestic level - more information about the fees can be found here.

Masters students are also very welcome and there are a limited number of scholarships available.

Student interns are encouraged. A number of students from Tsinghua University in Beijing have come to Otago as interns, mainly in the Systems Research Group.

 

 

Students interested in working on Otago’s multicore/parallel programming projects should contact Professor Martin Purvis.