I have just been informed I have been invited to interview for the PhD in Clinical Neurosciences at Cambridge, and was wondering if anybody has any advice/can enlighten me as to the potential questions they may ask? I have to give a presentation as part of the process too.
My application has been supported by a supervisor I met previously, and I have applied to her project specifically. I don't know whether this makes any difference to the interview process?
Many thanks in advance!
PhD in Clinical Neuroscience at Cambridge - Interviews Watch
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- 01-04-2016 19:49
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- 05-04-2016 11:17
Why you, why this program, why this uni, why this project, what your skills and experience are so far, why a PhD, what your career plans are. Make sure you have questions for them too to show that you're thinking about this and have done your homework. While it's good to have a potential supervisor in most cases only the best candidates will go through.