- View 926
London WC1E 6BT
Generally the content on the page are created/approved by relevant institution,however in this case we are awaiting approval. We make every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this website but cannot accept responsibility for any prejudice, loss or damage which may occur from use of the information. Users are advised to verify the details contained in these web pages with the relevant institution or authority before making decisions based on the published information.
This multi-disciplinary MRes is intended as a bridge between a BSc degree and a career in biomedical research. The programme develops the key academic and transferable skills necessary for potential PhD students and is designed as the first year of a 1 + 3 or 4 year integrated PhD programme. What and how will I learn? The programme aims to introduce students to academic and key skills essential for all fields of research in Biomedicine, including Professions Allied to Medicine. Emphasis is given to providing students with practical and theoretical experience in a wide spectrum of research methodology and critical analysis. Degree Structure Students undertake courses to the value of 180 credits. The programme consists of two core courses (60 credits), a mini research project (35 credits) and a maxi research project (85 credits). Core Modules Personal and Professional Skills in Research Practice Foundations of Biomedical Sciences Dissertationreport Students undertake two research projects, culminating in one dissertation of 8,000 words (mini project), and one dissertation of 14,000-20,000 words and an oral examination (maxi project). Options All courses are compulsory. Further details available on subject website: http:www.ich.ucl.ac.ukeducationresearch_degreesm_res.html The programme is delivered through a combination of seminars, taught courses, workshops, tutorials, portfolio development, self directed learning, research workshops, specialised research allocation, laboratory meetings and a residential course. Assessment is through assignments, presentations, portfolio, reflective report, an essay, the mini and maxi research projects, and a viva examination. Why should I study this degree at UCL? This Biomedicine MRes provides practical research training under supervised conditions in highly rated Units with an excellent track record of independent research and critical analysis. Biomedicine at UCL is one of the largest centres for Biomedical Research in Europe and has grown enormously over recent years. The programme is principally taught through the Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT) at UCL and the Institute of Child Health, and involves a wide range of UCL units including Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Immunology, Genetics, Virology, Cancer Biology, Statistics, Neurosciences, and Epidemiology and Reproduction. Your future career First destinations of recent graduates of the programme include: Imperial College of Science: PhD Biomedicine National Institute for Medical Research: Laboratory Assistant Institute of Child Health: PhD Biomedicine University of Oxford: PhD Pharmacology Queen Mary, University of London: PhD Endocrinology Queens University of Belfast: PhD Cancer Research (Medicine) UCL: PhD Medical Research Zhejiang University: PhD Clinical Medicine Entry Requirements Normally a minimum of an upper second-class UK Bachelor's degree or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard in medicine, dentistry or veterinary sciences. Professional qualifications approved by UCL also allow for qualifying examinations to be set in certain circumstances. How to apply Due to competition for places candidates are advised to apply as early as possible. For those students working to organise scholarship funding (particularly overseas applicants), early application for admission is strongly encouraged (preferably by 1 January for the following academic year. Who can apply? The programme provides a sound basis for subsequent PhD studies, and is particularly suitable for students wanting to proceed to a PhD in the Biosciences and its allied specialities or to pursue a career in research and scientific investigations in industry or in Professions Allied to Medicine. Funding During the programme, additional funding opportunities for further PhD studies will arise on a competitive basis, dependent on student ability. For students showing an academic interest in podiatry, additional PhD funding opportunitie
This multi-disciplinary MRes is intended as a bridge between a BSc degree and a career in biomedical research. The programme develops the key academic and transferable skills necessary for potential PhD students and is designed as the first year of a 1 + 3 or 4 year integrated PhD programme. What and how will I learn? The programme aims to introduce students to academic and key skills essential for all fields of research in Biomedicine, including Professions Allied to Medicine. Emphasis is...