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University of York Department of Biology
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Molecular Medicine is a broad discipline that relates to the study of the molecular mechanisms of disease and their application in developing therapies for the clinic. Read more
Molecular Medicine is a broad discipline that relates to the study of the molecular mechanisms of disease and their application in developing therapies for the clinic. It is an exciting time to be a biomedical scientist, with the forefront of healthcare research currently focused on personalised medicine, stem cells and the prospect of gene editing. This taught Masters aims to provide students with an in-depth grounding in contemporary molecular medicine. The Department of Biology has considerable research expertise spanning several areas relevant to molecular medicine, including cancer, immunology, microbiology, neuroscience and parasitology.

Key features

-Learn how basic biomedical research is conducted and translated by scientists in one of the UK’s top-ranked biological sciences departments
-Develop the skills to pursue a PhD in biomedical research or other specialist career path within the healthcare/pharmaceutical sector.

Taught modules

-Molecular Basis of Disease
-Data Analysis and Programming in the Biosciences
-Research, Professional and Team Skills
-Optional modules in topics including cancer, neuroscience, cell and tissue engineering, and microbiology.

Research projects

After receiving training in core laboratory techniques and experimental design, students will undertake an Independent Study Module under the supervision of a biomedical researcher in the Department of Biology or as an external placement. Recent external placement destinations include MicroLab Devices, Leeds; Cancer Research UK, London; Computomics GmbH & Co, Tübingen; Forsite Diagnostics Ltd, York; MRC Harwell, Oxford; Smith & Nephew, York; GSK, London; Francis Crick Institute, London; and AstraZeneca, Cambridge.

Research and transferable skills

We will equip students with the key skills of the modern researcher, including critical thinking, data interpretation, statistics, programming, and the written, oral and graphical presentation of scientific data and ideas.

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University of York Department of History
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The new MA in Medical History and Humanities is run jointly between the Departments of History and English. The curriculum is directly informed by cutting-edge international research and scholarship that spans the fields of medical history, literature, sociology, philosophy, health sciences and policy. Read more
The new MA in Medical History and Humanities is run jointly between the Departments of History and English. The curriculum is directly informed by cutting-edge international research and scholarship that spans the fields of medical history, literature, sociology, philosophy, health sciences and policy. Students will have the opportunity to explore historical, literary, social and cultural understandings of illness and health, general well-being, public health and the history of medicine, as well as the links between history, the humanities and policy.

The MA brings together students and colleagues working across different disciplines, periods and geographical regions to offer a distinctively international and inter-disciplinary perspective on medical history and humanities. It draws on existing expertise in both departments, including the Wellcome Trust-supported Centre for Global Health Histories, which is the WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Health Histories and is based in the Humanities Research Centre. This allows our students and post-doctoral scholars to benefit from established connections with the scholarly networks associated to the World Health Organization’s Global Health Histories Initiative, as well as medical history and humanities programmes worldwide, including countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Denmark, Switzerland, India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Singapore, France, Chile, South Africa and the USA.

Programme of Study

The programme consists of four taught modules (20 credits each) and a dissertation of up to 20,000 words (100 credits). For students registered for full-time study they are organised across the academic year as follows:

Autumn Term (October-December)
All students take the core module, ‘Critical Studies in History, Humanities & Wider Interdisciplinarity’. The module, taught by weekly seminar, introduces students to the key concepts, methods and debates in medical history and humanities. It is taught by a variety of different staff members to allow students to engage with these questions from different disciplinary perspectives. In addition, students select an option module from a long list of possible areas in medical history and humanities and beyond.
-Core Module: Critical Studies in History, Humanities & Wider Interdisciplinarity
-Option Module 1
-Research Training (taught content)

Spring Term (January-March)
Students choose two optional modules. They can choose from a long list of modules in the areas of medical history and humanities but they may also follow up other research interests.
-Option Module 2
-Option Module 3
-Research Training (independent writing of dissertation proposal

Summer Term and Summer Vacation (April-September)
During the Summer Term and over the Vacation, all students will write a research dissertation of up to 20,000 words on a subject of their own choosing and under the supervision of a member of staff, and submitted at the end of the academic year. Students receive advice about topics, research skills and instruction in bibliography, plus additional specialist advice and guidance from a supervisor.

Part-time Students
Students registered for part-time study over two years take the Medical History and Humanities core module in their first autumn term plus an option in the Spring Term of their first year. This is followed by two more option modules in their second Autumn and Spring Terms respectively, with the planning, research, and writing of their dissertation spread over the two years of their registration.

Internships

The MA programme provides unique insights into health and medical policy (the Centre for Global Health Histories at York is the WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Health Histories). Students will have the opportunity to better understand the links between health and social and economic development, as well as cross-cultural policy-making, in certain optional modules. If they wish, they can also develop applications with the help of the course convenors at the end of their MA studies to take up an internship that will support select World Health Organization departments based around the world (this is dependent on WHO requirements at the point of application).

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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The MSc in Clinical Anatomy is a world-class programme, which is designed to provide advanced training in clinically applied human anatomy. Read more
The MSc in Clinical Anatomy is a world-class programme, which is designed to provide advanced training in clinically applied human anatomy. You will learn from expert tutors and clinicians who are leading practitioners and researchers in their fields. You will be taught in small groups, in state-of the-art facilities and will have access to the resources of both the Universities of Hull and York.

You will receive all the help, support and guidance you need to get the most out of your time with us and achieve your academic and career goals. This programme will enhance your knowledge and your skills to undertake and deliver high quality research in clinical anatomy and related disciplines.

State-of-the-art facilities

You will have access to brand new, state-of–the art Thiel embalmed and plastination dissection labs, where you will have regular opportunities to conduct whole body dissections. Thiel embalmed cadavers will enhance your experience greatly by ensuring that cadaveric material is as close to living tissue as possible in colour, texture and flexibility.

Flexible course structure

You can tailor the programme to suit your individual interests and goals. You can choose from a number of exciting elective modules, which are taken in conjunction with the core modules. You will be based primarily on the University of Hull campus, but you may need to travel to York for some of the elective modules.

You can choose to study full time over one year, or part-time over two or three years.

An ideal option for intercalating students

This programme is an ideal option for medical students wishing to intercalate. It will hone and develop your analytical and research skills, as well as your practical skills using state-of-the-art equipment, which will enhance your performance on your undergraduate programme.

Core modules

-Clinical anatomy of the limbs and spine
-Clinical anatomy of the trunk
-Clinical anatomy of the head, neck and brain
-Research Project/Dissertation

Research Electives

-Research Methods & Statistics
-Research Approaches in Health Professions Education

Anatomy Electives

-Tissues of the Body
-Hard Tissue Biology
-Human Evolutionary Anatomy

Education electives

-Learning and Teaching
-Assessment and Feedback
-Contemporary Issues in Health Professions Education

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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The MSc in Clinical Anatomy and Education is a world-class programme, which is designed to provide advanced training in clinically applied human anatomy, whilst also developing your skills as an anatomy educator and researcher. Read more
The MSc in Clinical Anatomy and Education is a world-class programme, which is designed to provide advanced training in clinically applied human anatomy, whilst also developing your skills as an anatomy educator and researcher. You will learn from expert tutors and clinicians who are leading practitioners and researchers in their fields. You will be taught in small groups, in state-of the-art facilities and will have access to the resources of both the Universities of Hull and York.

You will acquire and develop the same range of skills and knowledge as students studying the MSc in Clinical Anatomy. In addition, the MSc in Clinical Anatomy and Education provides a comprehensive professional education that focuses on developing you as a teacher and researcher of anatomy. You will be trained in pedagogical techniques that will allow you to teach anatomy to students and healthcare professionals.

State-of-the-art facilities

You will have access to brand new, state-of–the art Thiel embalmed and plastination dissection labs, where you will have regular opportunities to conduct whole body dissections. Thiel embalmed cadavers will enhance your experience greatly by ensuring that cadaveric material is as close to living tissue as possible in colour, texture and flexibility.

Flexible course structure

You can tailor the programme to suit your individual interests and goals. You can choose from a number of exciting elective modules, which are taken in conjunction with the core modules. You will be based primarily on the University of Hull campus, but you may need to travel to York for some of the elective modules.

You can choose to study full time over one year, or part-time over two or three years.

An ideal option for intercalating students

This programme is an ideal option for medical students wishing to intercalate. It will hone and develop your analytical and research skills, as well as your practical skills using state-of-the-art equipment, which will enhance your performance on your undergraduate programme.

Core Modules

-Clinical anatomy of the limbs and spine
-Clinical anatomy of the trunk
-Clinical anatomy of the head, neck and brain
-Research Project/Dissertation

Research Electives

-Research Methods & Statistics module
-Research Approaches in Health Professions Education module

Anatomy Electives

-Tissues of the Body
-Hard Tissue Biology
-Human Evolutionary Anatomy

Education Electives

-Learning and Teaching
-Assessment and Feedback
-Contemporary Issues in Health Professions Education

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Developing, testing, evaluating and implementing evidence-based healthcare in highly complex situations is becoming increasingly important. Read more

Developing, testing, evaluating and implementing evidence-based healthcare in highly complex situations is becoming increasingly important. Our MSc in Applied Health Research will equip you with the skills necessary to develop a career in the health sector or to design, implement and publish healthcare research.

It offers an excellent grounding in applied health research methods, including quantitative and qualitative methodologies, systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, epidemiology and health economics.

Our expertise

When you join our department you are joining one of the UK's top health services research, health economics and public health research teams. Our world leading experts help improve human health and prevent illness through the analysis and delivery of leading research.

Course content

The MSc in Applied Health Research involves a one-year full-time or two-year part-time Masters programme (180 credits). You will take taught modules worth a total of 120 credits. The compulsory modules worth 70 credits are:

-Introduction to Regression Analysis (10 credits)

-Epidemiology (10 credits)

-Randomised Controlled Trials (10 credits)

-Systematic Reviews (10 credits)

-Qualitative Health Research (10 credits)

-Health Economics (10 credits)

-Introduction to Health Statistics (10 credits)

In addition you will choose modules worth 50 credits from the following:

-Health and Social Behaviour (20 credits)

-Health Policy - Principles, Practice and the Evidence Base (10 credits)

-Further Regression Analysis (10 credits)

-Understanding Clinical Statistics (10 credits)

-Measurement in Health and Disease (10 credits)

-Infection and Disease (20 credits)*

-Public Health Foundations in Practice (20 credits)*

-Health Research in Practice (10 credits)

* Please note Applied Health Research students can only take either Infection and Disease or Public Health Foundations and Practice



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The MPhil/PhD in Health Sciences is an opportunity to develop your research interests and skills in a centre of excellence for health, and within research groups building the international evidence base for health and healthcare. Read more
The MPhil/PhD in Health Sciences is an opportunity to develop your research interests and skills in a centre of excellence for health, and within research groups building the international evidence base for health and healthcare.

The programmes are three years full-time or six years part-time for a PhD, and two years full-time or four years part-time for an MPhil. They are designed to develop your academic excellence in a multidisciplinary context.

We will equip you to undertake, analyse and evaluate health research. At the same time you have the flexibility to tailor your studies to pursue your own research interests and develop the skills you need for your future career. We support a range of different methodological and disciplinary perspectives. The common theme is the rigour of the methodology and the aim of adding to the evidence base for health and healthcare.

We ask you to provide a brief research outline with your application and give some indication of the research group within which your research interest belongs.

Training

All students are initially registered for their intended award aim (ie either MPhil or PhD). However, PhD students are only provisionally registered for their PhD. There is a confirmation of registration procedure which is a progression requirement that must be successfully completed if the student is to progress on the PhD.

As part of your research degree, you will plan a subject-specific ‘research training programme’ with your supervisor to meet your individual needs and the core training requirements of the Department. All MPhil/PhD students are usually required to demonstrate skills in the following areas, normally by taking these modules:
-Health Research in Practice
-Introduction to Regression Analysis
-Epidemiology
-Systematic Reviews

Further training, generally equivalent to at least a further 40 credits, will be agreed with your academic supervisor and programme leader. Most of our MPhil and PhD students follow the multidisciplinary approach of the MSc in Applied Health Research programme.

The University offers a variety of further opportunities for the training and personal development of research students, enabling you to make the most of your university experience. Workshops include communication skills, career management and training for postgraduate students who teach. Other learning programmes provide opportunities to enhance skills and develop new interests.

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The MSc has been designed in conjunction with one of the world's leading forensic speech laboratories, JP French Associates. The director of the laboratory, Professor Peter French, will deliver some of the taught components and will supervise some research projects. Read more
The MSc has been designed in conjunction with one of the world's leading forensic speech laboratories, JP French Associates. The director of the laboratory, Professor Peter French, will deliver some of the taught components and will supervise some research projects.

Students are given the opportunity to go on site visits that will allow them to observe the working practices of the laboratory, as well as those of cognate institutions such as courts. They will carry out analyses of recordings from real forensic cases and will have the opportunity to develop expert witness communication skills by undergoing cross-examination from a practising barrister in the University’s moot court.

Areas of the MSc overlap with those central to speech and recording technology and students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of the latest generation of automatic speaker recognition software used in banking and law enforcement, made available through the Department’s partnership with Nuance.

Aims

The MSc in Forensic Speech Science provides a comprehensive foundation in the aims, practices, and principles of speech analysis for forensic purposes. The course will:
-Provide a thorough grounding in the theoretical underpinnings of forensic speech analysis, especially in phonetics, acoustics, and sociolinguistics/language variation
-Introduce students to the practical techniques used in forensic speech and audio analysis
-Provide students with an appreciation of theoretical and methodological problems in performing forensic speech and audio analysis
-Enable students to apply their skills and knowledge to recorded materials from real criminal cases
-Enable students to perform original research in speaker comparison and speech content analysis
-Impart understanding of the role and responsibilities of the forensic speech scientist as expert witness

Applicants

The course will be of interest to:
-Graduates with a background in linguistics, acoustics, English or other language-based disciplines
-Graduates in law, criminology or psychology
-Professionals in legal practice, government agencies, law enforcement agencies or other branches of forensic science
-Potential practitioners of forensic speech science

Careers

The MSc is not intended as a stand-alone vocational qualification. However, successful completion of the programme will provide students with the requisite skills, understanding, and knowledge to work effectively and increase their employability in forensic domains as well as in related fields such as the police, prison service, emergency call services and security services.

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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The MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution is a unique programme, allowing you to study human anatomy from an evolutionary perspective. Read more
The MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution is a unique programme, allowing you to study human anatomy from an evolutionary perspective. You will acquire practical and theoretical knowledge of cutting edge tools for morphometrics, imaging and functional simulation used to interpret the fossil record. In addition, you can gain practical knowledge of anatomy through dissection of human cadaveric material as well as comparative anatomical study. You will also undertake a research project of your choice in consultation with your supervisor to investigate a current question in human evolution.

You will be taught in small groups and have access to, and work alongside, tutors and researchers who are leading experts in their fields. They will share their expertise, knowledge and skills, and support you throughout the duration of your course.

The Human Anatomy and Evolution programme offers a mix of core modules and electives, giving you the opportunity to develop fundamental evolutionary and anatomical knowledge whilst also enhancing your skills in specialist areas of interest. You also have the option to study full-time over one year, or part-time over two years - refer to the programme brochure for more details.

Cutting edge facilities and techniques

You will have access to a dedicated computer suite with a full range of software, including generic and specialist anatomy, virtual anthropology, modelling and engineering packages. You will practice 3D modelling and imaging, 3D printing and visualisation, as well as research techniques, including data collection and analysis.

You will also have access to the state-of-the-art dissection facilities at the where you will gain practical anatomical knowledge through the study of human cadaveric material.

Access to world-leading experts and networks

Through membership of the interdisciplinary PALAEO Centre at the University of York, you will meet and work alongside internationally renowned specialists. PALAEO holds regular meetings to research major questions in human evolution.

An ideal option for intercalating students

This programme is an ideal option for medical students wishing to intercalate. It will hone and develop your analytical and research skills, as well as your practical skills using state-of-the-art equipment, which will enhance your performance on your undergraduate programme.

Flexible options available

If you would like to study part-time, the programme has been designed with an estimated seven hours contact time per week spread over two working days. More information on the part time structure is available in the handbook.

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The MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy is a two-year, accelerated qualifying programme for students with a suitable first degree. Read more
The MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy is a two-year, accelerated qualifying programme for students with a suitable first degree. Graduates from this programme will be eligible to seek registration with the Health Professions Council and membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

The ability to adapt to the changing needs of the service user and changing health and social care provision in the 21st century is embedded in the curriculum of this innovative programme. The aim of the programme is to train reflective, person-centred practitioners by covering the core skills within the areas of musculoskeletal cardiorespiratory and neurological physiotherapy and integrating them within an evidence-based context. Students will develop independent learning and problem solving skills using enquiry based learning. There is the opportunity to learn leadership skills and engage in service development projects. Hands on skills and clinical reasoning skills acquired in university will be developed further through a range of clinical placements.

Course detail

The award for the programme is:

MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration)

The interim awards are:
• MSc Health Studies (without the placement component)
• Postgraduate Diploma in Health Studies
• Postgraduate Certificate in Health Studies

Modules

• Long-term Conditions (30 credits)
• Physiotherapy Practice (30 credits)
• Rehabilitation Practice with Health Promotion (30 credits)
• Physiotherapy Professional Practice Placements 1 and 2
• Audit Research and Service Evaluation (15 credits)
• Patient Management (15 credits)
• Leadership and Service Development (15 credits)
• Physiotherapy Professional Practice Placements 3 and 4
• Research in Physiotherapy Practice (30 credits)
• Contemporary Practice (15 credits)
• Physiotherapy Professional Practice Placement 5

How to apply

For information on how to apply, please see the following link:
https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/how-to-apply/

Other sources of funding

Information on alternative sources of funding can be found here:
https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/student-services/money/funding-my-course/postgraduate-/postgraduate-funding-/

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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The MSc by thesis is ideal for you if you want to get involved in postgraduate research, and obtain the skills to progress to a PhD or MD. Read more
The MSc by thesis is ideal for you if you want to get involved in postgraduate research, and obtain the skills to progress to a PhD or MD.

About the MSc by thesis

The MSc by thesis gives you an opportunity to conduct an independent research project.

You can work in a wide range of areas. Our current students are researching topics as diverse as interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, care of the newborn infant, and the development of new methods for analysing cell-to-cell interactions in tissue using a micro-fluidic based approach.

Throughout your degree, you will be supervised by a leading expert in the field and supported by a Thesis Advisory Panel.

Part-time or full-time?

The HYMS MSc by thesis is offered either full-time (one year) or part-time (two years).

If you have fewer than about 35 hours a week to devote to your studies, you should consider studying part-time. Part-time study is at least 17.5 hours per week.

Postgraduate Training Scheme

As a MSc student at HYMS, you will also take part in our Postgraduate Training Scheme (PGTS), which provides you with extra opportunities to develop both specialist and transferable skills.

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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The HYMS MSc in Physician Associate Studies is a two year intensive professional Master’s programme. Academic theory is blended with clinical placements, so that students get first-hand clinical experience from the outset. Read more
The HYMS MSc in Physician Associate Studies is a two year intensive professional Master’s programme. Academic theory is blended with clinical placements, so that students get first-hand clinical experience from the outset. It is medically led by HYMS but with multi-professional input delivered in partnership with the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University of Hull and the NHS. This programme has been especially developed to meet the requirements of the National Competence and Curriculum Framework for Physician Associates.

Campus teaching will be delivered by staff from HYMS and the Faculty of Health and Social Care, at the University of Hull. Clinical placements will take place at our NHS partners in the Yorkshire and Humber region in GP practices and hospitals.

Why choose HYMS?
•Build your career on our intensive, two year professional Masters programme.
•Work alongside doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals in hospitals, GP surgeries and other settings.
•Thrive in our lively and interactive problem-based learning (PBL) environment.
•Experience a broad range of high quality learning opportunities made available by a strong partnership between HYMS, the Universities of Hull and York and the NHS.
•Develop your knowledge, clinical skills and research skills in a student centred and patient focused environment.

Course Structure

This programme combines six taught modules and a quality / service improvement research project which are delivered alongside clinical placements in hospitals and in the community.

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Students can study two specialist modules on this varied programme which aims to enable you to demonstrate an awareness of complex issues related to health and social care, and to critically evaluate evidence to improve practice. Read more
Students can study two specialist modules on this varied programme which aims to enable you to demonstrate an awareness of complex issues related to health and social care, and to critically evaluate evidence to improve practice. And three research-based modules will develop skills to allow you to appraise sources of evidence, and apply your findings, to improve health and social care settings.

Course Structure

The MSc in Professional Health & Social Care allows you to select two of the specialist modules covering a range of topics.

It also includes three research based modules that emphasise the development of skills that allow practitioners to crucially appraise sources of evidence and apply it in order to bring about improvement within a health and social care setting.

The programme will enable graduates to demonstrate a critical awareness of a range of complex issues associated with health and social care and critically evaluate evidence in this area to improve practice.

Compulsory modules for the MSc include:
-Evaluating Evidence and Effecting Changes
-Research Methods
-Research Paper

Specialist modules:
-Multi-Professional Approaches to Long-Term Conditions
-Health Coaching & Behaviour Change
-Activity, Participation & Personhood in Dementia
-Facilitating Activity & Participation in Care Settings for Dementia
-AHP Leadership – Service Innovation & Transformation
-AHP Leadership – Workplace Stress & Resilience
-Active & Productive Ageing
-Modernising Services for Older People

Fees

The tuition fee for 2016 entry to this postgraduate course is £5,700 for full-time UK/EU, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man students.

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University of York Hull York Medical School
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Your MPhil will give you the opportunity to conduct a substantial independent research project, leading to an original contribution to knowledge in your chosen field. Read more
Your MPhil will give you the opportunity to conduct a substantial independent research project, leading to an original contribution to knowledge in your chosen field.

You can work in a wide range of areas. Our current students are researching topics as diverse as the molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular disease, the role of doctors' consciences in clinical practice, and how dietary stresses and strains affect skull shape.

Throughout your studies, you will be supervised by a leading expert in the field and supported by a specialist Thesis Advisory Panel.

Full-time or part-time?

The HYMS MPhil is offered either full-time (three years) or part-time (six years).

If you have fewer than about 35 hours a week to devote to your studies, you should consider studying part-time. Part-time study is at least 17.5 hours per week.

Postgraduate Training Scheme

As a MPhil student at HYMS, you will also take part in our Postgraduate Training Scheme, which provides you with extra opportunities to develop both specialist and transferable skills.

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