Central House, Room 225 14 Upper Woburn Place, University College London
Don’t miss this opportunity to attend the Open Evening for UCL SECReT, University College London's £17m international centre for PhD training in security and crime research. UCL SECReT and the Dawes Centre for Future Crime at UCL offer a number of scholarships paying UK/EU PhD fees and an annual stipend of approx. £16500 per annum, for a three or four year PhD. Applications are now open. We welcome postgrad and undergrad students (from within and outside of UCL) to the open evening.
Date: Thurs, 21st March 2019, 6-8pm
Venue: UCL, central London
Each year UCL SECReT organises an open evening at which prospective students of the course can come along and learn more about the programme. The open evening includes presentations by programme leaders about the vision and goals of the centre, the modules involved in the course, our areas of research, and the wider activities that students will participate in as part of their training programme, and also tips about the application and scholarship award process. Students will be able to meet course academics and current students from the programme.
TO REGISTER FOR THE OPEN EVENING PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE
COURSE BACKGROUND & DETAILS
UCL SECReT is the international Security Science Doctoral Research Training centre at UCL. UCL SECReT brings together over 30 research groups at UCL and 60 partners from industry, academia and government to offer the most comprehensive, integrated PhD programme for students wishing to pursue security or crime-related research.