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Entry requirements


Applications are invited from individuals with:

- a minimum of an upper second-class Honours degree in psychology or other relevant scientific discipline (e.g. neuroscience, linguistics, biomedical science, philosophy, natural sciences, anatomy, medicine, speech sciences, physiology, cognitive science, computer science) from a UK institution OR

- an equivalent EU or overseas qualification from a recognised institution OR

- an equivalent professional qualification (e.g. three years relevant experience in a medical, neuroimaging, or neuropsychological profession, with the ability to demonstrate the ability, knowledge and skills to successfully complete the MSc programme)

For general UCL entry requirements for master's level degrees, see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ prospective-students/graduate- study/application/taught/ general-entry-requirements

You need to be sufficiently proficient in the English language to complete the MSc. The language requirements are explained in http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ prospective-students/graduate- study/application/taught/ english-language

Application criteria guidelines for the MSc Cognitive Neuroscience can be found here.

Costs

The MSc and MRes programmes are both offered in full-time mode (one year of study) only.

Full-time study:

Fees for full-time study are commensurate with standard UCL post-graduate fees. The current fee level can be found at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ prospective-students/graduate- study/fees-funding/fees- expenses .

For the 2013/14 academic year, fees for both the MSc and MRes will be:
- UK/EU full-time student: £9,250
- Overseas full-time student: £22,250

A general description of UCL fees and London living expenses can be found at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate-study/fees-costs/tuition-fees.

In addition to the fees, students are strongly encouraged to purchase a student's edition of Matlab (around 50).

We regret that, at present, no financial support is available.

SEMINARS and EVENTS

Patrick Haggard will be speaking at 'HowTheLightGetsIn 2014' the world's largest philosophy and music festival, this May. Bringing together world-leading scientists, musicians, philosophers and politicians including Roger Penrose, Bernard-Henri Levy, Laurie Penny, Lawrence Krauss, Saskia Sassen, David Nutt, Margaret Boden, Molotov Jukebox, Owen Jones, and Mr. Scruff for debates, talks, and wild parties, this year's programme uncovers the new heresies that might become the truths of the future

 

Patrick Haggard will be joining prize-winning physicist George Ellis and philosopher Jennifer Hornsby to debate whether free will is an illusion. For more info head to www.howthelightgetsin.org

 

Monday 28 Apr
Rachel Mitchell

Centre for Affective Disorders, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
Mechanisms of normal and abnormal social cognition: vocal cues to emotion


Monday 12 May
Bahador Bahrami

Crowd Cognition Research Group, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL
Title: To be announced


Monday 19 May
Speaker: To be announced





Monday 02 Jun
Jonny Smallwood

Dept of Psychology, University of York
How the mind escapes the here and now: a component process account of self-generated thought


Monday 09 Jun
Tom Manly

MRC Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Do you have spatial neglect when you are falling asleep? (probably)


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