Notes on the electronic Euclid system

The electronic system asks for a fair amount of information, and may take up to 30 minutes to complete.

Length of study
Please note the application is always for 3 years, even though in practice a PhD may be funded for 3.5 or even 4 years.
If you have electronic or scanned copies of references, degree certificates, transcripts and English language certificates, please upload them with your application. If you don't have these to hand, don't worry, they are not absolutely necessary for us to proceed. If you do not have copies of references, you will be able to give email addresses of referees later in the process.
Personal Statement
Can be as brief as you like (you are obliged to enter something).
Relevant Knowledge
You can just put 'Physics degree' or similar, but expand if you wish.
Research Topic
An indication of whether you are looking for Observation/Theory/Computation would be useful.
Research Project
Feel free to select one or more from the projects advertised on the IfA web pages, or leave blank, or put something like 'Any cosmology project'. You will be asked to choose later if you are interviewed.

If you have any comments on the process or questions, please contact Prof Ken Rice.

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