This course is designed for junior trainees who want to specialise in urology, either in the UK or internationally. Besides enhancing your clinical skills, you’ll focus on developing your leadership and research skills, strengthening your ability to bring about positive change, solve problems and ensure the highest standards of care and safety for all patient groups. Integral to this course will be modules that will teach research design and methodology. In addition, there will be a strong expectation for completion of primary research. With support from experienced tutors, you’ll achieve the breadth and depth of experience to fully engage with all aspects of urology. Drawing on the theory covered in the course, you’ll explore your own practice while adapting your learning to your own needs and context. This course will deepen your understanding of urology, and you’ll make significant progress in linking theory and practice with research. You’ll sharpen your creative and critical thinking, and you’ll develop your ideas around innovation and change management. These skills will be invaluable to you in building your career progression and will also be attractive to employers. Opportunities for clinical training in urology are available for suitable candidates with GMC Registration. On successful completion of this programme, you will be awarded a Master of Surgery which entitles you to use MCh after your name. MCh is an abbreviation of Magister Chirurgiae, the Latin for Master of Surgery. Master of Surgery, rather than MCh, will appear on your certificate.
Clinical and Applied Science in Urological Disease Clinical Leadership and Service Development Research Studies Major Project Please note that you will need to complete all of the above core modules. This course does not have any optional modules. As this is a blended learning course, some of the modules will be delivered during face-to-face teaching sessions. Modules are subject to change and availability.
September 2017 International students, please check the length of your Visa application process and English Language test before application.
A recognised first medical degree, either approved by the UK’s GMC or awarded by an institution listed in the world Medical directory of medical schools/Avicenna Directory for Medicine. Full registration to practise as a doctor in your own country. Two years postgraduate clinical experience. Employment in a urological setting. If English is not your first language, you’ll need to demonstrate a standard of English language (IELTS) at level 6.5, including written English. We welcome applications from international and EU students and accept a range of international qualifications. For more details visit the university website.
For more information about fees, funding and scholarships please visit the university website
Recipient: Anglia Ruskin University
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