The programme provides a structured approach to developing knowledge and skills that will enable students to develop their own clinical human nutrition research portfolio or assist in the management of an existing portfolio.
The course will provide greater insight into the academic; clinical and practical; and regulatory requirements of human nutrition research and will introduce the latest in cutting edge research.
The pathway has been designed to focus on research and uses some clinical specialties as models to highlight this.
While all students will be required to follow this curriculum, the opportunity to specialize in a clinical field will be provided through the research project.
Faculty of Medicine Dean's Master's Scholarships
Applications are invited from outstanding candidates from Imperial College London, the UK and worldwide who have the potential to become leaders in their field. There are no restrictions on nationality.Five awards are available for Home/EU students and four are available for Overseas students. Successful applicants will have their tuition fees paid for by the Faculty of Medicine and will receive and additional stipend of £17,000 to cover living expenses (paid in monthly instalments). Students with evidence of outstanding academic potential are strongly urged to apply, as are other applicants with a less strong academic background but who have professional, research or voluntary experience in a relevant field.The deadline for scholarship applications is 26 April 2016.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Tuition Fees and a £17,000 stipend
Available to Home/EU students and Overseas students planning to study a full-time or part-time Master's course run by Imperial's Faculty of Medicine in the 2016/17 academic year.
Interested applicants will need to first apply for a Master's programme run by the Faculty of Medicine. They will then need to complete an online form. Please see the Faculty of Medicine Master's Dean's Master's Scholarships page for more information.
The MRes in Human Nutrition is one of the three pathways of the umbrella programme - MRes in Clinical Research.The pathway is designed to cater for UK and international students with an undergraduate degree in Medicine or Life Sciences. An upper second class honours is preferred, however students with lower second class Honours are also invited to apply.
Recipient: Imperial College London
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