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GRADUATE STUDIES IN CHEMISTRY

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PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS

This gives information about the programmes available and the admissions process

CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS

This includes information on transfer and confirmation of status, skills training and the requirments for the submission of theses

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GRADUATE VACANCIES

This gives details on current studentships and funding available from the Department

GRADUATE LECTURES

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SUPERVISORS AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

NOTICE BOARD

Prospective doctoral students in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry:

Funded positions are available via the new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Modelling in Chemical Sciences (TMCS). Please see the TMCS website for further details, including how to apply.

Forthcoming deadline: Friday, 23rd January 2015 (12.00noon UK time)

Prospective Synthetic Chemistry DPhil Students:

Oxford Chemistry has 20 funded DPhil positions available via the new EPSRC CDT in Synthesis for Biology & Medicine (SBM CDT). Please visit the website for more details and how to apply.

Forthcoming deadline: Friday, 23rd January 2015 (12.00noon UK time)

Prospective candidates interested in a DPhil in Cardiovascular Medicinal Chemistry:

There are two scholarships funded by the British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence (BHF CRE) available per year.  The scholarships cover college and University fees at the Home/EU rate and provide a generous stipend.

Forthcoming deadline: Friday, 23rd January 2015 (12.00noon UK time)

The MPLS (Mathematical, Physical & Life Sciences) Division has recently launched a Divisional Graduate School. Please visit the website for more information.


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