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The Queen Square Institute of Neurology offers some of the strongest and broadest basic and clinical neuroscience programmes internationally, with major capacity in translational neuroscience.

Our research spans the whole spectrum of basic and clinical research into neurological disorders, and we have extensive collaborations with both the UCL Neuroscience Domain and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.

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MRes programmes

UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology BAME Scholarship in memory of renowned neurologist James Samuel Risien Russell

We are delighted to announce two partial fees only scholarships worth £2500 each for Home fee paying students (see word document for eligibility requirements). The scholarship programme is to support students from BAME groups. Preference will be given to people from Black British – Caribbean and Asian British – Bangladeshi background, as they are currently under-represented at UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology. 
John Samuel Risien Russell (1863 - 1939) was appointed resident medical officer at the National Hospital (1888) and was one of the first black physicians to be appointed at the National.
The scholarship is offered on the basis of academic merit. The scholarships are only available to students who have applied to study one of the eligible degree programmes (all QSIoN programmes except MSc/Dip/Cert in Clinical Neurology). 

Closed for 2021 entry.

UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology International Excellence Scholarships

We are delighted to announce three partial fees only scholarships worth £5000 each for overseas fee paying students. We would like to celebrate the rich history of the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology in welcoming students from across the globe who have contributed so much to the success of our Institute and programmes of study. In 2020/21 academic year we have students from 56 countries currently studying for a masters. 

The scholarship is offered on the basis of academic merit. The scholarships are only available to students who have applied to study one of the eligible degree programmes (all QSIoN programmes except MSc/Dip/Cert in Clinical Neurology). 

Closed for 2021 entry.

UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology Stroke Academic Excellence Scholarship 

We are delighted to announce the availability of two partial fees only scholarships worth £4000 each for UK applicants to the UCL Clinical Neuroscience: Stroke Medicine MSc or Stroke Medicine MRes. We continue to see advances in our understanding of disease mechanisms and new treatment options for stroke. These prestigious new scholarships aim to support UK applicants who have a strong interest in contributing to stroke research.

 These will be competitively allocated based on academic merit and references and for students enrolling for academic year 2021/22. 

Closed for 2021 entry.

UCLFAA MSc in Dementia Scholarship

We are delighted to announce the UCLFAA MSc in Dementia Scholarship available to US-domiciled students applying to either the Neuroscience or Mental Health pathways of the MSc Dementia: Causes, Treatments and Research at UCL. The award is worth a total of $20,000 to support tuition fees or maintenance costs for a US domiciled student studying one year full-time from September 2021. 

The UCLFAA MSc in Dementia Scholarship is awarded on academic merit and financial need. Please contact the course administrator for more details on the application process. The scholarship application deadline is 31 July 2021.

To submit your scholarship statement or for any other queries please contact the course administrator Christina Kalantzi (c.kalantzi@ucl.ac.uk) for the Mental Health pathway, or Chris Routh (c.routh@ucl.ac.uk) for the Neuroscience pathway.

 Student testimonials
 

Leslie Wu
Lesley Wu, MSc Dementia: Causes, Treatments and Research (Neuroscience)

"I really enjoyed having the opportunity to join senior clinicians on ward rounds, meet patients with very interesting cases and observe how experienced neurologists interact with them."


Jose Leon Rojas
Jose Leon-Rojas, MSc Advanced Neuroimaging

"I believe that UCL and UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology (IoN) are leading the charge for neuroscience and neurological research."


Storm Anderson
Storm Anderson, MSc Stroke Medicine

"The lecturers and my fellow peers are a daily inspiration. Being surrounded by such passionate researchers and clinicians is hugely motivating and has exposed me to a different world!"

 

 


Valentina Lolli talks about her experiences as an MSc Advanced Neuroimaging student. 

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