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    Hello.

    I'm currently going through my masters in Neuroscience and I am really considering moving forward and do a PhD. I've pasted the title of a 4-year PhD program by KCL. The description of the PhD looks good, but it's a bit vague, and from what I can gather it seems to be a decentralised program that incorporates clinical aspects of neuroscience and lab-based neuroscience. Though I am not totally sure.

    Has anyone had experience with this program who could give me any advice on whether it is a good PhD program to do?

    Thank you in advance!
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    Hello.

    I'm currently going through my masters in Neuroscience and I am really considering moving forward and do a PhD. I've pasted the title of a 4-year PhD program by KCL. The description of the PhD looks good, but it's a bit vague, and from what I can gather it seems to be a decentralised program that incorporates clinical aspects of neuroscience and lab-based neuroscience. Though I am not totally sure.

    Has anyone had experience with this program who could give me any advice on whether it is a good PhD program to do?

    Thank you in advance!
    Postgrads don't tend to stick around so you may not get many responses on here. You may want to check out this site which is more relevant.

    Choosing PhD programs is VERY personal. What do you want to get out of it. The key things are what you're going to learn i.e lab and transferable skills, facilities, supervisor and development opportunities.
 
 
 

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