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This unique postgraduate programme offers cutting edge translational neuroscience focused on stem cells, neurodegenerative diseases, regeneration and models. The real-life impact of neurodegenerative diseases on patients and carers will be a common thread running through this programme. Successful applicants will benefit learning from real clinical cases, accessed through our reputable research centres.
The programme can be studied to Masters (3-6 years typically), Diploma (2-4 years), Certificate (1-2 years) level, or you can choose to study a short course (up to 50 credits).
Four core courses provide the fundamental foundations:
Students take three core courses:
Plus 20 credits of elective courses.
Dissertation or a structured project in which the student explores a specialist area from within the broad spectrum of stem cells, regeneration and translational neuroscience. Students can alternatively choose to study 60 fully taught credits. Entry requirements
A UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, in neuroscience, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, physics, medicine, biology or a related science discipline.
This programme is beneficial to students from both a clinical and scientific background. Students working in a clinical setting can expect career advancement or the opportunity to specialise. For students coming from a scientific background, this programme allows graduates to progress to studying a PhD!