How do I become a cancer researcher UK?
- Most of our institutes advertise studentships and fellowships once a year.
- Our Centres also offer PhD opportunities.
- We also offer Research Bursaries for clinicians and allied health professionals.
Can I intern in the UK? International students are allowed to do both paid and unpaid internships in England under U.K. Labor Laws. Unpaid internships are much more common than paid ones, and thus students often look for part time work. Usually, students will get academic credit or some kind of non-monetary perks during their internship.
Why do you want to work for cancer research? You get to work at the forefront of scientific discovery, doing work that no one has done before. And best of all, as a cancer researcher your discoveries can make a real difference for people with cancer. It’s rewarding to help contribute to new treatments for patients.
What are Cancer Research UK values? Organisation aims / mission / values
Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. We fund scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat cancer sooner. We also provide cancer information to the public.