The MSc in Neuroimaging for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience offers an in-depth grounding in cutting-edge cognitive neuroscience techniques (MRI, fMRI, DTI, PET, EEG, MEG, TMS, tDCS) and their application to research in clinical and cognitive neuroscience. The course is aimed at graduates with scientific training who are interested in a career where brain imaging forms a major focus.
Students on our course learn about the theory behind cognitive, social, behavioural, and clinical neuroscience through lectures and seminars led by experts in the field. Students also learn practical data analysis skills and functional neuroanatomy, taught through a combination of lectures and hands-on lab sessions using the latest neuroimaging software.
The research project allows our students to join an ongoing research programme taking place across the University and, ultimately, to make an original contribution to the field.
Neuroimaging Techniques Functional neuroanatomy Image Analysis Experimental design and optimisation Cognitive Psychology for Clinical Neuroscience Advanced Image Analysis Cognitive and Social Neuroscience Clinical and Behavioural Neuroscience Research Project
Graduates of the MSc in Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience are ideally placed to make major contributions to research in cognitive neuroscience, to the application of imaging methods to clinical research, or to the development of neuroimaging technologies and analysis methods.
***Our MSc can form the first year of Research Council-funded 1+3 postgraduate PhD studentships (e.g., from the ESRC Northwest Doctoral Training Centre).
***The course is also suited to intercalating medical students with an interest in the application of brain imaging to research and practice in neurology or psychiatry.
Cognitive Brain Imaging International Student Bursary scheme
No. of awards TBC
The MSc Cognitive Brain Imaging programme is offering a £2,000 bursary to outstanding international (non-EU) applicants with a highly relevant personal statement and strong academic qualifications. Applicants will be considered for this bursary once they have accepted an unconditional offer of a place. For further information on the programme please visit our website for more information.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Any International (non EU) applicants holding an offer for the programme will be considered for the £2,000 Bursary.
Any international student that applies for the MSc Cognitive Brain Imaging programme through the usual University of Manchester application process via the university website will be considered for the £2,000 bursary once they have been made an unconditional offer and have accepted this offer. No further application is needed. The personal statement and academic qualifications submitted with the initial application will be used when considering applicants for the bursary.
An honours degree (minimum 2:1) or overseas equivalent in a science subject e.g. physics, neuroscience, maths, engineering, psychology, medicine or computer science. Each case will be judged on an individual basis. All applicants must also submit a separate personal statement (not over 300 words) detailing their reasons for applying and how this programme fits in with their long term career plans. All International students must upload a scanned copy of their passport as part of the application process.
Fee information is provided on the program website
Recipient: University of Manchester
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