Dphil in radiation oncology in University of oxford
The Department of Oncology offers a four-year combined taught and research programme in radiation oncology comprised of the MSc in Radiation Biology in the first year followed by the DPhil in Oncology in the second to fourth years. After completion of their doctoral training, graduates of the Department of Oncology progress to postdoctoral research positions in Oxford, elsewhere in the UK or internationally (around 50%), to study medicine (around 25%), or to employment in medical charities and other professional organisations (around 25%). Research students are expected to leave the DPhil in Oncology equipped with the scientific knowledge and cutting-edge technical skills that enable them to become the scholars, teachers and researchers of the next generation, both in the UK and globally.
Academic ability, a first-class or strong upper second-class undergraduate degree with honours, Interviews, IELTS of 7.0, TOEFL iBT of 100, CAE/CPE of 185, Official transcript, Statement of purpose and research proposal, Written work, Portfolio, References, CV
Radiation Oncologist, Physician - Radiation Oncologist, Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist, Assistant professor, Medical superintendent