Masters of Philosophy in Neuroscience at University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Masters of Philosophy (MPhil) in Neuroscience at University of St. Andrews - 1 year
Building upon the successful Brain StEm program, Emory and St. Andrews are offering a 4+1 BS (Emory) MPhil (St. Andrews) research-based NBB degree combination. To qualify, Emory NBB majors must have a 3.5 GPA and have an invitation from one of the St. Andrews participating professors, or graduate from Emory with honors in NBB. The first year of the normally two-year MPhil program will be waived, allowing qualifying NBB BS graduates to complete their Masters degree in one year. Contact the NBB office for further information.
Students interested in the MPhil have the option of applying for: The Robert T. Jones, Jr. Fellowship and the Bobby Jones Scholarship
The Bobby Jones Fellowship funds one Emory student or graduate each year to study at University of St. Andrews in a select group of fields. Recipients are part of a masters or PhD programs in the School of Divinity, School of International Relations or Neuroscience. The selection committee is looking for highly motivated individuals with records of academic and intellectual excellence and academic interests that may be pursued through the offerings at St. Andrews. One fellowship is awarded annually. See the Emory National Scholarships & Fellowships page for more information.
The Bobby Jones Scholarship is a university-wide scholarship that is open to students in any school. It can be awarded to graduating seniors or to graduate students who are in the early stages of their post-graduate work. Successful applicants must have an outstanding academic record; a record of significant leadership in the life of the Emory community and/or the Atlanta community, with the expectation that the individual would be similarly involved in community life at St Andrews; excellent speaking and writing abilities; strong interpersonal skills; and academic and/or scholarly interests that can be pursued through the offerings at St Andrews. See the Emory National Scholarships & Fellowships page for more information.
2009 – M. Walters – Scholarship; J. Lake – Fellowship
2011 – J. Kallos - Scholarship
2014 – K. Dickerson - Scholarship
2015 – I. Lucaciu; S. Uh - Fellowship