PhD Scholarships for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders in the identification and prevention of psychosis using biological, clinical and non-clinical cohort data have been made available by the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland.
The primary goal of this study is to integrate molecular, clinical, and nonclinical cohort data to predict and prevent psychosis. In addition to their PhD tuition, qualified candidates will receive an annual stipend of €18,000.
Deadline for application
The application period is open.
The International PhD Scholarships for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders is a scheme that seeks to reward high-achieving internationals, and is only available for the course below:
- Neurological and psychiatric disorders
Students of the following nationalities are eligible:
Scholarship Award Benefit
All of the following will be provided by the university:
- The RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences Ireland will provide a postgraduate stipend of €18,000 a year, as well as PhD expenses. Other concessions are available for conference, travel and seminar expenses.
The International PhD Scholarships for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders are mainly for PhD programs.
Number of prizes
All applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered:
- a willingness to collaborate on research projects with patients and the public, as well as those who have had psychotic episodes firsthand.
- Solid statistical knowledge.
- knowledge of high risk clinical services and early intervention for psychosis that are already available.
- powerful statistical skills (particularly longitudinal analysis and predictive modeling).
- understanding the clinical services for high risk and early intervention for psychosis that are already available.
To apply, all the organized and arranged steps have been highlighted below for International PhD Scholarships for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders:
- To complete the application procedure, students need to log in to the university’s student site. Candidates for the award through the online application form.
- Required documents: The successful candidates will be contacted for their CVs, diplomas and other relevant documents.
- An upper second class (2.1) honors degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject is a requirement for admission.
- application process: Since RCSI is conducted entirely in English, all applicants whose native language is not English must pass an English language proficiency test to be considered for admission to a program.
- TOEFL CBT-300
- IELTS (includes online indicator) – 9
- TOEFL Document – 677
- Cambridge CPE-100
- TOEFL IBT-120
- Pearson PTE Academic – 90
- Cambridge CAE–100
Please click on the International PhD Scholarships for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders at the Royal College of Surgeons to apply and for more information let you know about this scholarship opportunity.