The Chemistry in Cells programme provides bespoke training for outstanding graduates from a physical/chemical- sciences background, who want to develop and apply quantitative chemical and physical science techniques to contemporary questions in biomedical science.
PhD Program Requirements
A first-class or strong upper second-class undergraduate degree with honours in chemistry, biochemistry or physics, or equivalent.
For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA sought is 3.5 out of 4.0.
PhD Funding Coverage
All applicants who are offered a place on the DPhil in Chemistry in Cells course will be offered a fully-funded scholarship, covering course fees for the duration of their course and a living stipend.
1. Online Application
2. Official transcript(s): Your transcripts should give detailed information of the individual grades received in your university-level qualifications to date. You should only upload official documents issued by your institution and any transcript not in English should be accompanied by a certified translation.
3. Contextual statement: If you wish to provide a contextual statement with your application, you may also submit an additional statement to provide contextual information on your socio-economic background or personal circumstances in support of your application.
4. Statement of purpose: Please provide a statement of purpose, in English, describing how your background and research interests relate to the programme, following the template below. The statement should focus primarily on academic, research or employment-related achievements and interests rather than personal achievements and interests.
5. GRE General Test scores: No Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or GMAT scores are sought.
6. English language proficiency: This course requires proficiency in English at the University’s higher level. If your first language is not English, you may need to provide evidence that you meet this requirement.
5 January 2025
An application fee of £75 is payable per course application.