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  MSc Healthcare Ethics and Law (Intercalated)

The University of Manchester    School of Social Sciences

Full time See Course MSc 1 year (full-time)
Law (22)

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Are you a medical student looking to broaden your understanding of ethical challenges in healthcare? Look no further than our MSc Healthcare Ethics and Law (Intercalated) programme at Manchester. This specially-structured course is designed to complement your medical degree and delve into the moral and legal issues you'll encounter as a medic or researcher. Through interactive lectures and guest speakers, you'll develop a comprehensive understanding of medical ethics and law. With the opportunity to choose from a range of optional units, such as Global Health, Law, and Bioethics, you can tailor your studies to your interests. Open to UK medical students who have completed three years of undergraduate study, this programme will equip you with the skills to identify and solve ethical and legal problems in healthcare. Visit our website for more details.

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Course description

At Manchester, we provide the highest quality of education in healthcare ethics and healthcare law for you.

This course compliments your medical degree, giving you the opportunity to study the in-depth moral and legal issues that you will face as a medic or researcher.

While identifying the ethical and legally problematic aspects of practice, you will learn to formulate ethically acceptable solutions in challenging circumstances.

On completion of the course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the principles of medical ethics and law, and will have developed a full conceptual toolkit that has been informed by both disciplines.


By the end of this course, you will be able to:

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Entry Requirements

The course is open to all medical students from UK medical schools who have completed three years of undergraduate study (subject to approval by the relevant medical school).

When assessing your academic record we take into account your grades, your academic references, and the standing of the institution where you studied.

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