University of Oxford
Biomedical sciences / Neuroscience
I graduated from the English College in Prague in 2018 with the generous support of Jan Barta, and successfully completed my IB examinations with four Higher Level subjects, including psychology, mathematics and biology. In 2018, I began at the University of Oxford, completing the first year with the equivalent of a ‘red diploma’, and I am planning to leave with the degree of Bachelor of Neuroscience in 2021. Thanks to the detailed but demanding IB programme (in all of its breadth), I learned how to navigate the academic world and thanks to my work experience at the Czech Academy of Sciences I was accepted to Oxford.
English College in Prague, completed 2018
University of Oxford, UK, Biomedical Sciences, since 2018
Biology, Chemistry, Psychology
In terms of potential academic goals, I was inspired on several fronts at the same time at Oxford. For years, I had wanted to become a neuroscientist, but long conversations with older schoolmates and professors led me in the right direction. I plan to continue my research in various laboratories and one day I might even attempt doctoral studies in the same field I am in now.
The future of psychiatry
Roger Penrose and the theory of consciousness
Practical skills in Biomedical Sciences
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