Wolfson Intercalated Award

How to apply

Rules of the award:

• Applications are coordinated and submitted through the LIME Office, Level 7, Worsley Building. Students DO NOT apply directly.

• The Director for Intercalated Studies, can offer advice on the application process and will assist any nominee with their application. In the event of more than 3 students being put forward the 3 strongest students and projects will be selected.

http://www.wolfson.org.uk/funding/education/intercalated-awards/

• The closing date is the end of March annually.

Students should supply:

• A full curriculum vitae with their date of birth and her/his ranking order in class

•A brief personal statement

•The basis on which the student has been selected to undertake a research project

•A supporting statement by the supervisor as to why the student is likely to be successful and to follow a clinical research career

•The degree course to be followed

•A specific project with an identified supervisor: a statement which specifies exactly what the student will actually do and why this will be valuable experience

•The total amount of funding required, up to a maximum of £5,000 and a justification of the finance required

•An undertaking that the project will be written up (not necessarily in the form of a dissertation).

Conditions

The Wolfson award is administered by the Royal College of Physicians.  Each year the School of Medicine is invited to nominate up to 3 outstanding Leeds medical students each with a quality scientific project for consideration for the national Wolfson Intercalated award.  Programme Leaders will put forward possible candidates who have been offered places on courses.

Rules of the award:

• Applications are coordinated and submitted through the LIME Office, Level 7, Worsley Building. Students DO NOT apply directly.

• The Director for Intercalated Studies, can offer advice on the application process and will assist any nominee with their application. In the event of more than 3 students being put forward the 3 strongest students and projects will be selected.

http://www.wolfson.org.uk/funding/education/intercalated-awards/

• The closing date is the end of March annually.

Students should supply:

• A full curriculum vitae with their date of birth and her/his ranking order in class

•A brief personal statement

•The basis on which the student has been selected to undertake a research project

•A supporting statement by the supervisor as to why the student is likely to be successful and to follow a clinical research career

•The degree course to be followed

•A specific project with an identified supervisor: a statement which specifies exactly what the student will actually do and why this will be valuable experience

•The total amount of funding required, up to a maximum of £5,000 and a justification of the finance required

•An undertaking that the project will be written up (not necessarily in the form of a dissertation).