UCL Ear Institute



Fully funded postdoctoral research associate positions or pre-PhD research assistant positions in the Linden Lab are advertised on this site when available, with instructions on how to apply.

PhD students typically enter the Linden Lab through four-year PhD programmes at UCL (e.g., Neuroscience, Gatsby), or else following a successful rotation in the laboratory as a UCL MRes or MSc student followed by an application for independent PhD scholarship funding. Please note that there are very few PhD scholarship opportunities available for non-UK/EU students, so international students interested in pursuing a PhD at UCL will most likely need to secure scholarship funding from their home country.

We offer one or two MRes/MSc or BSc research projects per year to talented and committed UCL students with a good quantitative background and a strong interest in neuroscience and/or hearing. Previous experience with computer programming (e.g., in Matlab or Python) is highly recommended.

We also offer a limited number of short-term summer placements to secondary-school students through the in2scienceUK programme.