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Learn how to apply a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods to current, pressing health issues and how to critically assess published research.
The skills you gain on this course will enable you to pursue a career in research through academia and/or a combination of clinical healthcare practice.
You'll graduate with a multifaceted understanding of health research that is increasingly sought after in healthcare and research environments.
The course is flexible and can be delivered on a full or part-time basis, attracting people who might also be working alongside their study.
Our course will equip you with a wide range of applied health research skills to enable you to become a proficient and confident researcher. You will be taught by academics who
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2:1 or equivalent, with the ability to demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge and interest in a relevant area of health sciences. Applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis, and we follow the University’s Equal Opportunities policy.
Alex studied on the MSc Applied Health Research.
Alex lives in an outlying village 15 miles from York and commutes in to campus. He enjoys studying in York’s many coffee bars and study centres. He also enjoys visiting friends who live in the area and watching sports in one of York’s 365 pubs.
To read about a week in Alex's life log on to: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/gradschool/student-podcasts/alex-harrison/
I decided to study for a Masters in Applied Health Research because I wanted to gain research-based skills and I thought that York was an excellent place to do this. I have a background in Psychology, but I am interested in health outcomes, so this was the perfect course as it allowed me to bridge a gap in my knowledge.
The teaching quality at York is very high and I was taught by world-renowned academics. Whilst at York I was awarded a PhD Fellowship at the University of Warwick. I am certain the course added strength to my application.
My success in winning the Departmental award for Outstanding Taught Postgraduate Academic Achievement is something that I am very proud of. I was really pleased to receive acknowledgement of my hard work.
I really enjoyed my whole time at York, I made a lot of great friends and met a lot of interesting people. I would strongly recommend the course to anyone considering it. The skills you will learn, the people you will meet and the experience you will have will be invaluable. On top of all that, York is a beautiful city to live in. My year in York is one that I will cherish.
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