It is likely that successful applicants will be able to demonstrate their intellectual promise (likely
holding an excellent first degree in basic science, engineering, medicine or
the behavioural and social sciences (psychology, sociology, biology etc)), an evident
capacity for critical thinking, and a desire to address fundamental
questions in biomedical and life sciences relevant to human health and
NB: Candidates who are not EEA nationals are eligible to apply if they meet the minimum application requirements but all non-EEA applicants must prove they have the ability to pay the difference between the home Home/EU fee and the International fee for 3 years from the start date of the studentship.
If you think you are up to the Challenge of the ‘UCL Grand Challenges’ forward:
- An up-to-date copy of your CV (preferably as a pdf file);
- The contact details for two referees;
- A completed application form noting which three projects you wish to apply for (in order of preference) and why you wish to apply for each one.
- A one-page statement telling us: What excites you most in science today, and what role you would like to play in helping UCL meet its Grand Challenges of Global Health, Human Wellbeing, Sustainable Cities or Intercultural Interaction (please use your surname and initial as the file name when saving eg BenthamJ.docx) to email@example.com
Contacts for Studentships in the School of Life and Medical Sciences
Ms Anna Hindley
Professor David McAlpine
Last updated 28 February 2013