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Biomedical Science MRes


Course Description

This course will prepare you for a research degree or career in biomedical science. Our graduates have a strong track record of going on to funded PhD studentships. The MRes can also serve as a standalone Master’s course with a strong emphasis on biomedical research.

Highlights

-Excellent Image Resource and Biomedical Research facilities to gain strong research knowledge and skills
-Shared campus with one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK.
-Expertise in clinical, epidemiological and laboratory research within the University and St George’s Hospital

Careers

Graduates of this course can use it to prepare for a research degree or career in biomedical science. Alternatively, you may find it effective for accelerating your development within your current career.

Once graduated from this course you can apply to complete the MBBS (Graduate Entry) degree or alternatively use this as a route into a PhD.

Studying

During the first term you will meet potential supervisors, to familiarise yourself with research activity within each pathway and to identify an appropriate project on which to work. Broadly speaking, a topic is acceptable if the investigation uses appropriate scientific methods and falls within the fields of biomedical sciences, health, health care, or health services.

During the first term you will meet potential supervisors to familiarise yourself with research activity within each pathway and to identify an appropriate project on which to work. Broadly speaking, a topic is acceptable if the investigation uses appropriate scientific methods and falls within the fields of biomedical sciences, healthcare, or health services.
Self-directed study

The self-directed component includes the in-depth study of an area of interest, developing research and presentation skills and gaining insight into possible careers. Teaching for taught models is concentrated in the autumn term, throughout this time lectures are held on most days of the week along with lab sessions. Your research project is then completed from January through to September.

Dissertation projects will involve the assembly, analysis and interpretation of data. Project titles and areas for research will be identified by module leaders and will relate to the pathway selected by the student.

Standalone modules are not available throughout this MRes.

Application

To apply for one of our postgraduate taught courses, please download the application form for the course you are interested in from our webpage and return the form along with supporting documentation to us http://sgul.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degrees-postgraduate/biomedical-science-mres/application

Visit the Biomedical Science MRes page on the St George’s, University of London website for more details!



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Chidinma Chukwudum

The taught modules were fundamental when it came to laboratory investigations. I found the statistics module particularly valuable because I finally gained a real understanding of the subject, which has subsequently improved my ability to analyse experiements objectively. Students and staff enjoyed a refreshingly close working relationship, which facilitated the teaching and learning processes. It also meant that, besides enhancing my academic qualifications, the course improved my interpersonal and team-working skills, which are just as important in a working environment.


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Entry Requirements

Academic criteria: Undergraduate degree with a grade of 2.2 honours minimum in a biomedical science or related subject. Other essential criteria: work experience, personal statement and reference.For comprehensive entry criteria, including any non-academic criteria, please see our website: View Website

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