Maternal and Fetal Health University of Manchester

The MRes in Maternal and Fetal Health is a unique course designed to train those who wish to pursue a research career in pregnancy and related disciplines or to work in associated areas in health and other public services or in the charity sector.Students will enjoy an exceptional teaching and learning experience, an opportunity to participate in high quality research at an early career stage and contribute to public-domain research output. They are encouraged to develop ambitious career aspirations in the clinical and laboratory sciences.

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  • MRes
  • English
  • Full time
  • 12 Months

Aims

  • Opportunity for research experience at the clinical-scientific interface
  • Gain theoretical knowledge and an understanding of human pregnancy
  • Hands-on experience of cutting-edge technologies applicable to pregnancy and research, and transferable to other areas of medical research
  • Six-month research project providing students with an opportunity for in-depth analysis of a specific area of pregnancy research
  • Attending seminars in the Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre and undertaking the tutorial series gives students a grounding in a wide range of pregnancy related issues
  • Provides training and experience in scientific writing and developing a research proposal

The MRes in Maternal and Fetal Health is a unique course designed to train those who wish to pursue a research career in pregnancy and related disciplines or to work in associated areas in health and other public services or in the charity sector.

Students will enjoy an exceptional teaching and learning experience, an opportunity to participate in high quality research at an early career stage and contribute to public-domain research output. They are encouraged to develop ambitious career aspirations in the clinical and laboratory sciences.

The course is open to medical or science graduates and intercalating medical students. Normally a BSc (1st or 2:1) or MBChB or equivalent is expected from a British university in an appropriate biological or medical subject.

Overseas students require a high class honours degree or equivalent in a biomedical subject from a high-ranking university.

For MBChB students, the minimum criterion for admission is satisfactory achievement in years 1-4 of the undergraduate medical programme with normally no failure at any examination, and research motivation. Applicants with other professional (including midwifery), or research-related, experience will be considered.

Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
Cost of the master: Not declared
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