Postgraduate Research Studentships Section
Department of Biochemistry Studentships
In collaboration with the Medical Sciences Division and Colleges, the Department awards a number of Postgraduate Research Studentships each year. These are full awards that will cover University and College Fees and funding for living expenses. All applicants that apply by the early January deadline will automatically be considered for one of these awards. Studentships this year include at least two Departmental Studentships and the following Departmental-College scholarships:
Oxford-Wolfson-Marriott Graduate Scholarship in Biochemistry - duration 3 years, covers the cost of a full home/EU award, including University and College Fees and £15,553 per annum for living expenses. This scholarship is jointly funded by the Department of Biochemistry and the Oxford-Wolfson-Marriott Graduate Scholarship fund. The successful applicant will be registered at Wolfson College for the duration of their doctoral training. Please note that where there are two or more candidates of equal academic merit, then applicants who have listed Wolfson as their first choice College will receive preference.
Yeotown Scholarship at New College - (Home/EU applicants) duration 3 years, covers the cost of a full home/EU award, including University and College Fees and £14,553 per annum for living expenses. This scholarship is jointly funded by New College and the Department of Biochemistry. The successful applicant will be registered at New College for the duration of their doctoral training. For further details see: http://www.new.ox.ac.uk/scholarships-0.
Group Leader and Project-specific Studentships
In addition to Department of Biochemistry Studentships, we occassionally advertise studentships that are associated with a specific Group Leader or Project. Details about these studentships are given below.
There are no Group Leader/Project-specific Studentships currently available in the Department:
College Scholarships include:
Professor André Furger's group website:
Please contact email@example.com for an informal discussion. This prestigious studentship covers University and College fees at Home/EU rates and provides an annual stipend of £14,725.
To apply, please submit an online application to the University of Oxford for admission to the D.Phil. in Biochemistry (course code RD_BC1) by the 6th January 2017 deadline. It is very important that you quote Studentship Source Code DB02. No research proposal is required as part of the application. Instead you are required to upload a personal statement of no more than 1000 words, describing your motivation and aptitude for this position, and your CV. Please arrange that three referees directly submit references for you.