Minimum 2:1 UK degree/overseas equivalent. Applicants whose qualifications have been gained outside the United Kingdom need to demonstrate that their background and experience, general education and scholarship are appropriate. All applicants need to possess an adequate level of English competence.
Months of entry
January, October, July, April
A clinical research-base spans epidemiology and molecular genetics as well as clinical trials, with a particular focus on common and severe disorders of childhood that often persist into adulthood (especially hyperactivity, autism, conduct disorder, depression, learning disabilities and the effects of psychosocial deprivation and brain disorders). We aim to find DNA alterations that underlie genetic influences, clarify the gene environment correlations and interactions with genetic and longitudinal strategies and determine neurocognitive and social changes that may mediate expression. We build on our development of magnetic resonance imaging in young people and a dedicated fMRI scanner, to clarify brain alterations underlying disorders.
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Information for international students
For students whose first language is not English please see the link below and click on Admissions: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/pg/index.aspx
Fees and funding
Self-funded, unless otherwise indicated. Please see the Institute's website, and the general graduate funding webpage, for funding opportunities.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Ms Julie Burnell
- +44 (0)20 7848 0478