Throughout this section you can find all the essential information you'll need as a PhD or MD(Res) student in the Department of Bioengineering.

Please also consult the doctoral student handbook, which contains key information to support you during your time in the Department, from key resources available and how to navigate difficulties affecting your academic or personal life to details of the degree programme and beyond. Please be sure to familiarise yourself with the contents of the handbook as soon as possible.

Training opportunities

Graduate School

Professional skills development opportunities are available through the Graduate School.

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Plagiarism

Courses and resources to help you understand and avoid plagiarism.

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Who's here to help?

Whether related to academic or personal matters, there are a number of sources of support available to you from both within and outside the Department.

Learn more about what's available across the broader College at the Student Space website, where you'll find resources to support mental and physical health, financial needsEnglish language ability and beyond.

In addition to your supervisor, the below key contacts are here to support you during your time as a PhD student.

Course directors:

Student representatives:

Administrative support:

Further support:

College support: