The Institute of Cancer Research and Imperial College London are pleased to announce that funding is available for our non-clinical Convergence Science PhD Programme. Studentships will be for four years commencing in October 2020.
Applications for PhDs were invited from talented graduates or final year undergraduates. Candidates should hold, or expect to gain, either;
- A first, or upper-second class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject.
- A masters degree in a relevant subject.
Successful candidates will undertake a four-year research training programme under the guidance of a supervisory team of world-class researchers, starting in October 2020. Projects and their supervisors are listed below.
Students receive an annual stipend, currently £21,000 per annum, and project costs paid for the four-year duration. Convergence Science PhDs cover tuition fees for UK/EU students only. Funding for overseas fees is not provided.
Six cross-institutional PhD projects are listed below. All are jointly supervised by the ICR and Imperial College London supervisors. You can find details of how to apply at the end of the project list.
- Applications for our ICR/Imperial Convergence Science PhD studentships are now open
- Applications will close Friday 22 November 2019
- Interviews will take place on Wednesday 29 January 2020