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How to apply: graduate students
Pembroke welcomes applications from prospective Biochemistry/ Biomedical Research graduate students. The graduate students, depending on their research topic, will be assigned to either Professor Furger, Professor Taylor or Professor Kruger. Prospective graduates can apply for several competitive DPhil programmes offered by the Departments and Doctoral Training Centres at the University. As part of the application for these competitive studentships the candidates can express a preference for a College.
Pembroke has a very vibrant graduate community and regularly organises social and academic events to foster discussions between graduates and tutors and researchers from various different subjects.
For more information on programmes offered at the Department of Biochemistry follow: http://www.bioch.ox.ac.uk/aspsite/index.asp?sectionid=graduate
For information about DPhil opportunities in the Medical Sciences division follow: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/postgraduate_courses/course_guide/medical_sciences.html
And for more general information: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/postgraduate_courses/index.html
Graduate students at Pembroke are members of the Middle Common Room (MCR) which is a sociable and welcoming commnunity.
Discover more about graduate life at Pembroke on their own MCR website.
Intersted in applying to Pembroke? Don't forget to read this important information about admissions selection criteria, financial declarations, and the role of the College.