Wolfson Intercalated Award:
Funding administered by the Royal College of Physicians for outstanding undergraduate students at selected medical schools who are likely to pursue a medical research career. These awards enable students to take a one year intercalated programme part way through their medical course. This award provides a grant of up to £5,000 and has three places available.
University of Leeds:
QS Global World Rankings ranked the University of Leeds 92th globally. It is one of the largest public research institutes in the UK and was established in 1874. This institute is known institute for teaching and learning. Leeds University is value-driven and has enabled a system of research and innovation for a better humanity and society.
Medicine and Health
Value – what money is on offer:
Up to £5,000
Only applicable to intercalating University of Leeds student. Please note students nominated by the School with applications coordinated and submitted through the LIME Office, Level 7, Worsley Building. Students DO NOT apply directly.
The Director for Intercalated Studies, can offer advice on the application process and will assist any nominee with their application. In the event of more than 3 students being put forward, the 3 strongest students and projects will be selected.
For more information please visit http://www.wolfson.org.uk/funding/education/intercalated-awards/
A students submission will require:
- A full curriculum vitae with their date of birth and their ranking order in class.
- A brief personal statement.
- The basis on which the student selected to undertake a research project.
- A supporting statement by the supervisor as to why the student is likely to be successful and to follow a clinical research career.
- A specific project with an identified supervisor: a statement which specifies exactly what the student will actually do and why this will be valuable experience.
- The total amount of funding required (up to a maximum of £5,000) and a justification of the finance required.
- An undertaking that the project written up (not necessarily in the form of a dissertation).
The closing date is the end of March annually.