Eligibility and Funding

PhD Programme

This programme is aimed at graduates with a strong interest in multi-disciplinary research in neurodegeneration. Applications are invited from students whose first degree is in a biological, physical or chemical discipline. 

Entry requirements

You should have, or expect, a UK honours degree (minimum 2:1) or international equivalent, in biological, chemical or physical sciences. The UCL English Language proficiency requirement must have already been met at the time of application. 

Funding

Studentships cover UK/EU tuition fees and pay a tax-free stipend, equivalent to Wellcome Trust funding rates. Generous allowances will also be made for research/travel expenses.

Applications from overseas students will be considered; however, you must provide evidence that you are able to cover the difference in tuition fees

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Clinical Fellowships

This programme is aimed at clinicians with a strong interest in multi-disciplinary research. Applications are encouraged from individuals who wish to undertake substantial training through high-quality research within UCL towards a PhD qualification. 

Entry requirements

Fellows will need to be MRCP registered (or equivalent) and have a long term career aim to pursue research in neurodegeneration.

Funding

Fellows will receive salaries on the UCL Grade CL7 (£34,135 - £42,527 pa including London Allowance). Tuition fees are covered and a consumables budget is provided. The appointments are superannuable under the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) or, subject to eligibility requirements, the National Health Service Pension Scheme (NHSPS).

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