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Job Posting: Cancer Research UK at the Manchester Institute

November 12, 2014

Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Manchester Institute is inviting applications for PhD studentships available to students from within the UK, EU and overseas. Cancer Research UK studentships are of 4 years and include stipend and full University tuition fees (home or overseas) for the duration. Projects are typically conducted within a single research group, although many students find themselves interacting and collaborating with more than one group as their project matures. Groups in which studentships are held are allocated an appropriate level of funding to ensure the project is adequately supported. 

Cancer Research invites talented and motivated students or graduates to apply for PhD programme. Applications are invited from recent graduates or final year undergraduates who have, or expect to obtain, a first upper second class honours degree or equivalent from any recognized University worldwide.
-Previous laboratory research experience is not a requirement for acceptance to the PhD programme, however, such experience will clearly give a realistic insight into academic research.
-Applicant must be able to satisfy the English Language requirements for Graduate Study of University of Manchester if English is not your first language. IELTS is not a requirement for making an application, but if you are successful in gaining a studentship, you will be required to take the IELTS examination before you will be allowed to register with the University.

The application deadline is 20 November 2014.

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