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  MPhil in Cognitive Neurosciences

University of Cambridge    School of Clinical Medicine

Full time October MPhil 10 months
Medicine (26)

About the course

The Master's in Cognitive Neuroscience program is a research-intensive course consisting hosted by the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, one of the world's leading centres for cognitive neuroscience. The Master's consists of seminar-style teaching on advanced topics in cognitive neuroscience, cutting-edge methods and bioinformatics training, and independent, self-directed scientific research projects and essays. The programme combines rigorous theoretical instruction with hands-on practical experience, ensuring that you develop the essential skills to drive forward your own independent research, and make meaningful contributions to the study of cognitive neuroscience. 

The educational aims of the course are to:

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Entry Requirements

Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK Good II.i Honours Degree.

If your degree is not from the UK, please check International Qualifications to find the equivalent in your country.

We believe that diversity of thought and perspective is essential for advancing scientific knowledge. Therefore, we welcome students from a wide range of academic backgrounds. This might include: neuroscience, medicine, psychology, biology, computer science, engineering, or other, related disciplines. Our program thrives on interdisciplinary collaboration, and we encourage you to bring your unique insights and experiences to contribute to the rich tapestry of ideas.

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