Rotation PhD Programme in Plant and Microbial Sciences 1005 views

John Innes Centre offers the prestigious programme (Rotation PhD Programme) designed for applicants with excellent academic records who show the potential for research at the highest level.

Special features:

  • freedom to select three mini-projects in the first 8 months
  • empowerment to select both the topic and the supervisor for your main research project

About the programme:

  • During the first rotation year, student will undertake 10 week research projects with three different supervisors located in any of the three partner institutes.
  • Students will be guided by the programme tutor, a senior academic and a rotation student from the previous year-group.
  • The objective of the first eight months is to gain broad technical and theoretical training prior to the selection of a main research project and supervisor leading to the submission of a high quality PhD thesis within a total of four years.
  • The 4-year studentship includes a generous stipend, university registration fees and research/training funds.
  • The programme is open to UK, EU and International students.
  • Selected candidate will be registered for your degree at the University of East Anglia.

Research areas:

  • Biological Chemistry
  • Cell & Developmental Biology
  • Computational & Systems Biology
  • Computational Science & Biotechnology
  • Crop Genetics
  • Metabolic Biology
  • Molecular Microbiology
  • Molecular Plant Pathology

Research institutes involved are:

  • John Innes Centre: Norwich, United Kingdom
  • Sainsbury Laboratory
  • Earlham Institute

Duration: 4 Year Rotation

Entry Requirements:

  • Applicants must fulfill the normal entry requirements for PhD registration at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and must have or expect to obtain a good Undergraduate Honours Degree (minimum of Upper Second Class or equivalent).

How to apply:

  • Applications to be made using the online application form on the University of East Anglia’s website. Along with the application form, please prepare the following:
  • Official Transcripts (in English) of Higher Education qualifications
  • Proof of English Proficiency
  • 2 references
  • Personal Statement (max 500 words), outlining why your background experience relates to undertaking research study with us.
  • CV describing professional qualifications, publications and research interests
  • Research Proposal: describe reasons for pursuing postgraduate study, reasons for choosing this course, and long term career objectives and/or goals.
Quick Overview-————
Organization John Innes Centre, University of East Anglia (UEA)
Fellowship Level Doctoral
Country UK
Subject areas Biological Chemistry, Cell & Developmental Biology, Computational & Systems Biology, Computational Science & Biotechnology, Crop Genetics, Metabolic Biology, Molecular Microbiology, Molecular Plant Pathology
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open to all nationalities
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