ICLS trains research students and postdoctoral fellows in
the secondary analysis of longitudinal data.
Four (4) ESRC/ICLS studentships have been awarded for the period 2013 – 2017.
ICLS research students are supervised by multi-disciplinary panels and offered taught courses in statistics, a weekly seminar programme and quarterly scientific workshops.
Some PhD research is combined with long-term
attachment to one of the ICLS scientific programme’s project teams in order to
gain apprentice-style experience of working in a research team.
Student also learn about communicating their research findings to a variety of academic and non academic audiences. Initially, limited quantitative skills, does not debar first class social scientists from eligibility for training with ICLS.
Prospective students wishing to study health and wellbeing
over the lifecourse may apply for studentships indirectly associated with
ICLS. Any vacancies will be advertised via the UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health.
The Department usually hosts a Phd Open-Day early in the new year.
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