The University of Edinburgh's 2024 MRC Doctoral Training Program (DTP) in Precision Medicine - Scholarship

The University of Edinburgh’s 2024 MRC Doctoral Training Program (DTP) in Precision Medicine

For enrollment in the University of Edinburgh MRC Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) in Precision Medicine, applications from motivated and well-qualified PhD students are currently being accepted. The Precision Medicine Doctoral Training Programme is a fully funded PhD program with funding from the Medical Research Council, the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and an integrated study.

Overview of Scholarships

supported by Edinburgh University in the United Kingdom.
hosted by the identical organization.
fully supplied.
several honors.
focuses on PhD candidates.
Nationality: Students from abroad

Details of the MRC Doctoral Training Program (DTP) at the University of Edinburgh

equips PhD students with the essential quantitative abilities of computation, statistics, mathematics, and digital proficiency.
teaches how to apply these abilities to a variety of data sources.
gives students the skills and information necessary for precision medicine.
focuses on matching patients with the most appropriate treatment plan according to their lifestyle, genetics, and surroundings.

Services provided by DTP:

PhD with integrated precision medicine coursework.
Getting ready for a T-shaped career in research.
advanced training in both medicine and computing.
using data resources from Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Karolinska.

The requirements for the Edinburgh University MRC Doctoral Training Programme (DTP)

Students from abroad must apply.
must possess a 2:1 honors degree from the UK or an equivalent degree from another country.
requirements for access by country
.
Proficiency in the English language is necessary for academic success.
The following tests of English language proficiency are recognized: Trinity ISE (ISE II distinguished in each of the four areas), PTE Academic (minimum of 59 in each component, total score of 62), C1 Advanced (CAE) and C2 Proficiency (CPE), TOEFL-iBT (minimum of 20 in each component, total score of 92), and IELTS Academic (minimum of 6.0 in each component, total score of 6.5).

Benefits of scholarships

full-funding scholarship awarded to the most qualified candidates.
One-time payment of tuition.
The stipend for the PhD year was computed using the minimal rate of UKRI.
5K Research Training Support Grant every year.
A yearly travel grant of £350.

How to Apply for the University of Edinburgh’s MRC Doctoral Training Program

Consult the senior supervisor about the project before submitting your application.
All project applications have to be submitted via the Degree Finder at the University of Edinburgh.
Applications and supporting documents for the University of Glasgow will be received after the deadline.
Use the document upload part of the application to upload your résumé.
Provide project details in the application’s program section.
Fill up the Research Project and Research Topic fields with the project title.
Each project may only receive three applications.
Every project needs to have a unique application.

Application deadline: March 31, 2024

Go to the official scholarship webpage.

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