How To Apply
Application Now Closed - please check back in November 2016 for further news on 2017 funding for this course.
Application Closed on 4th February 2016.
|Mid-October 2015||Application Opens|
|4th February 2016||Application Closes|
|29th February 2016||Interviews Held|
|February/March 2016||Offers Sent out|
|March - July 2016||University Admission documents completed|
|October 2016||Term Starts|
How To Apply
- Step 1: Check that you are eligible for MRC funding
- Step 2: Download the Download MRC 'Physical Biology' Application Form
- Step 3: Upload your completed Departmental Application Form, your current Curriculum Vitae, and copy of your Degree Transcripts to the department application site.
- Step 4: Ask your two academic referees to email their references (signed and on headed paper) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Step 5: If you would like to apply for any of the Cambridge funding schemes to cover your 'Overseas Fees', you'll also need to complete a University application using the University's new Applicant Portal.
Interviews will be held in Cambridge on Monday 29th February 2016.
If you do not hear from us by 3 weeks after the application closing date, please assume that you have not been shortlisted.
- All applicants must submit the departmental application form via our application site (as detailed above). Applications received by email will not be accepted.
- The MRC only fund University tuition fees at the home rate i.e. to UK candidates. Please therefore check that you meet the MRC funding eligibility requirements at http://www.mrc.ac.uk/skills-careers/studentships/studentship-guidance/student-eligibility-requirements/ before submitting an application.
- 'Home' students do not need to complete a GRADSAF application at this stage.
- Applicants wanting to apply for the any of the Cambridge Scholarships to cover their 'overseas fees', will need to complete a GRADSAF application, as well as our departmental application form.
- Reference letters must be provided by the referee themself and should be signed, and on headed paper.