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6 August 2021 for all applications. Early applications recommended; places may fill before the deadline.
This programme will help health professionals develop their teaching skills, with a modular unit structure that works towards a postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma or MSc. The programme emphasises practical application of educational methods and theory, along with the development of reflective, evidence-based practice.
Applicants are required to hold/achieve a minimum of an upper second-class honours degree in a relevant degree including (but not limited to) medicine, veterinary science, dentistry, pharmacy, biological sciences, psychology and social sciences, or a relevant professional qualification with at least two years' full-time (or equivalent part-time) professional experience. Preference will be given to candidates with excellent academic results in their undergraduate degree and demonstrated interest in clinical teaching through work experience, volunteering or research. Applicants should be able to access teaching opportunities within their current job.
At least 5 individual scholarships of up to £2,000 are available to support living costs for International students with an offer to study one of the following programmes:
Reproduction and Development MSc
Global Wildlife Health and Conservation MSc
Public Health MSc
Health Sciences Research (including the Translational Cardiovascular Medicine pathway) MRes
Stem Cells and Regeneration MSc
Translational Cardiovascular Medicine MSc
Molecular Neuroscience MSc
Applications for the Faculty scholarships should be made through the Think Big Scholarships scheme link below and will follow the same process, Health Sciences students will then be considered for all relevant awards.
To be eligible for the University’s Postgraduate scholarships, students must:
i) Be an applicant to any one year, full-time postgraduate programme at the University of Bristol;
ii) Will start their postgraduate programme in September 2018;
iii) Be classed as an overseas student for fee paying purposes;
iv) Not already be in receipt of other funding which would equate to more than the full cost of tuition fees alongside a Bristol scholarship.
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