Applicants should have obtained at least a 2:1 Honours degree in a relevant subject (eg, Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering or Mathematics).
You must have a strong interest in learning in an interdisciplinary environment and must have substantial quantitative skills. Programming skills in Matlab, Java, and/or C are desirable but not mandatory . Note however that some research projects (e.g. robotics) require excellent programming skills. Students with very good undergraduate degrees from relevant backgrounds are encouraged to apply. These include psychology, neuroscience, computer science, physics, engineering and mathematics. Given the diversity of the applicants and the interdisciplinary nature of the program, all applications will be looked at on an individual basis. For this, we request that in your personal statement you provide one paragraph that describes your experience and qualifications in at least one of the following five areas:
- experimental investigation and scientific method
Knowledge of every area is not necessary, here we want to ensure that you will be able to learn and effectively use the topics on the course.
In addition, please describe your short-term research interests and future research/career plans. Referring to the list of recent projects and placements, please state the names of academics that, given the opportunity, you would like to work with. If possible, indicate more than one research interest and indicate your preference for each of them.
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We accept a range of qualifications, our country pages show you what qualifications we accept from your country.
English language requirements
You can satisfy our English language requirements in two ways: