PhD Studentships and Admission
If you are a student considering applying for a PhD it is important to make contact with a proposed supervisor or research group and to obtain their preliminary informal acceptance of you. The next stage is to apply online at http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/pgprospectus/howtoapply
- you must supply the names of two academic referees, academic, clinical or professional. A reference from the proposed supervisor is not acceptable. References must be submitted by email from an institutional email account (no personal accounts such as Gmail or Hotmail) or by post or fax, signed and on headed paper.
- Once accepted by the Department, the registry will make the student an offer of admission.
- Students may be required to provide evidence of: academic attainment (via transcripts), confirmation of funding for the entire period of registration. Please see the Requirements for Graduate Studies page for further information.
- Evidence of English language proficiency. Please see the English language requirements page for more details.
- Members of college staff who are intending to register for a higher degree, should make an appointment to see our Programme Manager Research Degrees, Ms Hayley Kendall at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as they begin.
For more information on Research Degree studies, please see Departmental Research Student Handbook https://wiki.imperial.ac.uk/display/medresstudents/Research+Student+Online+Handbook
3 or 4 Year MRC-funded PhD Studentships
MRC Research Studentships enable graduates with excellent honours degrees to undertake a three to four year training programme, that includes a research project plus training in research methods and transferable key skills, leading to the submission of a doctoral thesis and the award of a PhD. For more information please click here. Enquiries to Hayley Kendall (email@example.com).
The Wellcome Trust 4-Year PhD Training Programme in the Molecular & Cellular Basis of Infection
A particular strength of Imperial College lies in the field of Infection research, in which there is a rich and diverse portfolio of expertise with internationally competitive groups working within many Divisions and Departments. It is for this reason that the College developed the Molecular & Cellular Basis of Infection as the scientific theme for this Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD Programme. For further information please click here.
PhD studentship in Appetite Regulation Research
Applications are invited for a 3 year PhD studentship to work in the Next Generation Carbohydrates for Appetite Regulation within the Department of Medicine, Imperial College London, Hammersmith campus with Professor Gary Frost. For further information, please see .