"The Ludwig Cancer Research studentships provide funding to bring talented students to our Oxford branch to benefit from the unique opportunity to benefit from being part of a global cancer research organisation and one of the leading universities in the world.The Oxford Branch has the privilege of being affiliated with the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine within the University of Oxford’s Medical Sciences division. This gives our students access to the very best academic support and resources.Based at the Old Road Campus Research Building in Oxford, our students have the opportunity to work with cancer experts in world-leading translational research and the potential to develop collaborations both within the University of Oxford and internationally, as well as work in an exciting and challenging environment."
The Ludwig Cancer Research Studentships are four year awards. While the Studentships are open to students of any nationality, funding for University fees will only be provided at the EU/home rate. Students who are liable to pay international fee rates will need to secure their own funding for the difference. Applicants are expected to be predicted or to have achieved a first-class or an upper second class undergraduate degree (or equivalent international qualifications) as a minimum in a relevant discipline. (Please note that if you hold non-British qualifications, you are advised to check with the National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) www.naric.org.uk how your qualifications match these requirements.)
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- £18,000 p.a. tax free bursary
- University fees (EU /home rate only) and College fees
- World Class research environment, with state of the art laboratories and equipment
- The opportunity to work and study in the historical city of Oxford
DPhil Students will have the opportunity to attend international conferences, take part in student journal clubs as well as attend regular lab meetings and institute seminars. Additionally, students will have access to a wide-range of seminars and courses offered by the Medical Sciences Division."
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