MSc in Disability and Design
LCRC is a partner of the Global Disability Innovation Hub who run an MSc in Disability and Design.
The MSc is taught across Loughborough University London, London College of
Fashion and UCL, and blends design engineering with global policy
and the societal context of disability. Graduating students will have
the skills to be innovators in the field of global disability.
More information on the MSc in Disability and Design
The Leonard Cheshire Research Centre accepts a limited number of graduate research students to study for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree through the UCL Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.
If you are interested in undertaking
post-graduate study at the Leonard Cheshire Research Centre, please follow the below process
1) Familiarise yourself with the UCL application process, which you will have to go through to undertake a PhD at the Centre.
2) Obtain confirmation from the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health that you fulfill the entry requirements - Department Entry Requirements
2) Send an email to: email@example.com with the following documents:
- A copy of your CV
- A proposal for your research
- A covering letter explaining why you would like to study at the Centre
- Confirmation that you fulfil the entry requirements.
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