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1. A completed UCL application form, together with two reference letters and the disability and ethnic origin monitoring form. You can find these on http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate-study/application . You do not need to enclose a specific research project proposal. On the form, you are asked to describe your academic and research interests, and your reasons for applying. Foreign students must be able to demonstrate a competence in English.

2. A personal statement. See the guidelines. This personal statement is in addition to the personal statement section on the UCL application form and can be uploaded in a pdf file.

3. When you have submitted your application to UCL please send an email to cogneuro_admin@ucl.ac.uk . This will help us monitor your application.

4. After you have submitted your application form you will be able to log in to the UCL Applicants Portal. You can view and amend parts of your application form, such as contact and referee details. The applicant portal can be found here: www.ucl.ac.uk/portico

Places on the MSc are limited and entry is competitive. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Contact us if you need help with the application process.




Monday 27 Oct
Manos Tsakiris

Dept of Psychology, Royal Holloway College
The plasticity of the self : from body-ownership to social cognition

Monday 03 Nov
Paul J Whalen

Brain and Psychological Sciences, Dartmouth College
Leverhulme Trust Lecture: The secret life of ants

Monday 10 Nov
Daniel Margulies

Neuroanatomy and Connectivity, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig
The convergence of cortical structure and network topography

Monday 17 Nov
Katerina Fotopoulou

Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, UCL
The mentalisation of interoception: social, predictive signals of salience

Monday 24 Nov
Mike X Cohen

Brain and Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Amsterdam
Midfrontal Cortex Theta Oscillations: Causes and Consequences

Monday 01 Dec
Shin'ya Nishida

NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan
Perception of spatiotemporal structures of visual motion rapid long-range synchrony perception, liquid perception and projection-based image distortion

Monday 08 Dec
Molly Crockett

Institute of Neurology, UCL
Neurobiology of moral decision-making

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