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MPhil/PhD Programme, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, London

The UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, an internationally renowned eye research centre, is delighted to announce new opportunities for clinicians to undertake clinically related MPhil/PhD studies. Projects will be based both in the clinic and the laboratory. Applicants should have at least an upper second-class Honours degree or overseas equivalent and should have completed at least 2 years of clinical training in ophthalmology. Full-time enrolment will be required for around 3 years (although part-time registration may be possible) and each project will be supervised by a senior clinical academic ophthalmologist and an experienced basic research scientist. Informal applications are invited by email to Jane Molyneux at [email protected] and should include a CV, preferred choice of PhD project (selected from the list below) and a possible funding source. Applicants will need to secure their own funding to cover tuition fees and living expenses. Assistance may be provided to selected applicants to find accommodation and if necessary, English language courses. Advice regarding visas for those who require them will be obtained. Sponsorship may be available for Limited Registration with the General Medical Council in the UK. The programme start date can be at any time of the year.

More information about the application process along with the formal application form can be downloaded from http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate-study/application-admission

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The current full-time tuition fees for students who are required to pay the overseas rate for the 12 months from October 2006 to September 2007 are ?24,960 for programmes with high clinical content and ?12,480 for programmes with low clinical content. Tuition fees usually rise by about 3% per year. The tuition fee for full-time UK/EU students is currently ?3,168. Part-time students usually pay 50% of the full-time rate. Bench fees (for laboratory consumables) may be required in addition to the tuition fee. full details of project at UCL website

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