Cognitive Neuroscience MPhil/PhD
- Cognitive neurology
- Cognitive neuropsychiatry
- Cognitive neuropsychology
- Cognitive neuroscience.
- Cognitive control
- Executive function
- Motor control
- Numeracy and literacy
- Social perception
- Spatial cognition
- Speech communication
- Visual cognition
- Visual communication.
A minimum of a second-class Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject from a UK university, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard, and some relevant research experience.
English level expected: Good
- All applicants: 30 June 2014
- Scholarship applicants: 17 January 2014
- UK/EU Full-time: £4,500
- UK/EU Part-time: £2,250
- Overseas Full-time: £20,900
- Overseas Part-time: £10,450
Funding is available from UK Research Councils, Wellcome Trust Studentships and the Brain Research Trust.
Full details of funding opportunities can be found on the UCL Scholarships website
The vast majority of graduating PhD students have gone onto postdoctoral positions in leading universities such as UCL, Cambridge and Oxford in the UK, and UCLA and the University of California, Berkeley in the USA.
"The resources for psychological and neuroscience research at the university are among the best in Europe. UCL has many of the brightest, inspiring scientists in my research field."
Dr Hugo Spiers
Lecturer in Psychology
Subject: Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences, Faculty: Brain Sciences
"The neurology cluster at Queen Square means you can bump into world leaders in your field just by crossing the road."
Degree: Advanced Neuroimaging MSc
Subject: Neurology, Faculty: Brain Sciences