Surgical Education - MEd
This year's Crossing Paradigms - Clinical Education Research Colloquium takes place 3 July 2013. Current students please save the date...
This full time or part-time Master's level programme is designed for professionals such as:
- surgeons (from any surgical specialty and at any level of training),
- operating department staff
- those from Allied Health Professions, from other specialties that undertake invasive procedures such as obstetrics or interventional radiology,
- or those with a background in education and training.
The MEd offers a sound theoretical background to the principles of surgical education, a rigorous academic training, an introduction to appropriate research methods and practice, and the opportunity for intellectual growth and development within a challenging, stimulating yet supportive environment.
At a glance...
Course code: A3B2 (full-time), A3B224 (part-time)
Duration: 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time
Start date: October
Entry requirements: Normally a degree in medicine or at least an Upper Second Class in a science, engineering, computing, healthcare or education subject (more information)
Location: St Mary’s campus
Organised by: Department of Surgery and Cancer
Course administrator: Susan Clark
2013-14 Fees: £9,000 (H/EU), £28,500 (Overseas)
Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas are not currently available on this programme.
How to apply
The programme develops new areas of teaching to reflect contemporary research and scholarship, and ensures that the themes of surgery and education are always linked.
It aims to attract highly motivated UK and overseas students who are seeking a good basis from which to assume more responsibility and take on a leadership role in this rapidly growing field (in deaneries, surgical colleges, school of surgery, universities or hospitals), and those who intend to go on and study for a PhD. See Career Opportunities for more information.