PhD in United Kingdom

Best PhD Degrees in United Kingdom 2017

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PhD Programs in United Kingdom

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PhD Sport & Exercise Science / Sports Therapy

University of Kent, School of Sport & Exercise Sciences
Campus Full time Part time August 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences has a strong and vibrant research culture. It is quickly establishing the University of Kent as one of the leading places in the UK for the study of sport. The School's research interests focus on two broad themes: endurance performance and exercise, sports therapy and injury rehabilitation. [+]

Best PhD Degrees in United Kingdom 2017. The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences provides an excellent environment for PhD. We have an active group of both full-time and part-time postgraduate research students in the School. The breadth of staff research interests enables us to supervise research degrees in a number of areas, in the Sport and Exercise Sciences and in Sports Therapy. The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences has a strong and vibrant research culture. It is quickly establishing the University of Kent as one of the leading places in the UK for the study of sport. The School's research interests focus on two broad themes: endurance performance and exercise, sports therapy and injury rehabilitation. In endurance performance, the School has one of the largest groups of research excellence within Europe lead by Professors Samuele Marcora and Louis Passfield. Professor Sam Marcora is the School's Research Director and a prolific researcher. He has published over 50 studies on a range of topics. Professor Louis Passfield has been conducting sports science research for over 20 years and has published over 25 papers on training and cycling. He has also worked as a sports scientist with British Cycling, helping Britain's leading riders prepare for four Olympic Games, including the highly successful Beijing Olympic team. In the area of Exercise Science, many of the academics within the School are involved in a range of projects. For Sports Therapy and Injury Rehabilitation, Dr Karen Hambly has established a world-wide reputation for her work in this area, and other staff within the School are involved in ground-breaking studies within this area. [-]

Professional Doctorate in Pharmacy (DPharm)

University of Birmingham - College of Medical and Dental Sciences
Campus Part time 4 - 6 years August 2017 United Kingdom Birmingham

This part-time, flexible programme is a professional doctorate equivalent to a traditional PhD, which aims to develop experienced, working registered pharmacists into effective researchers through successful completion of appropriate distance e-learning material, a systematic review of an agreed research theme and a workplace based research project relevant to their area of practice. [+]

This part-time, flexible programme is a professional doctorate equivalent to a traditional PhD, which aims to develop experienced, working registered pharmacists into effective researchers through successful completion of appropriate distance e-learning material, a systematic review of an agreed research theme and a workplace based research project relevant to their area of practice. The programme aims to develop experienced, employed registered pharmacists into effective researchers through successful completion of appropriate taught modules, including: research training a systematic review of an agreed research theme a workplace-based research project relevant to their area of practice as agreed with their academic supervisor and the College As confirmed at local, regional and national (DH) levels successful completion of the proposed DPharm would optimise the candidate's position to achieve Consultant Pharmacist status within the NHS and further the research base in Pharmacy Practice and Medicines Management. Due to the flexible nature of the programme this research can be done part-time to fit around your working patterns. The programme runs over 4 years part time for students who already hold a relevant MSc qualification; 5 years part time for students who hold a relevant PG Diploma; 6 years part time for students with minimum entry qualifications (PG Certificate). Why study this course The DPharm is tailored to the needs of the individual candidate and is designed to develop your research skills in your own chosen specialities. You will have expert tutors and mentors who work with you throughout the programme to support your learning and teaching. Modules You will choose your modules from the wide range available in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences on the basis of the your educational level on entry and your need to conduct effective research in your chosen area. You will agree a learning contract regarding the taught composition of the programme. Entry requirements Please note that this programme is only open to Home/EU applicants. This programme is open to those with a Pharmaceutical degree normally classified at 2(i) or above or equivalent. Successful applicants will have a Postgraduate award at Certificate, Diploma or Masters level in an appropriate discipline. Employment with an appropriate body agreeing to host workplace based research is essential. Learning and teaching As a Birmingham student, you will be joining the academic elite and will have the privilege of learning from world-leading experts, as well as your peers. From the outset you will be encouraged to become an independent and self-motivated learner. We want you to be challenged and will encourage you to think for yourself. This programme uses multiple methods of teaching such as - distance learning, campus based teaching days, individual tutorials and workplace-based research. You will have access to a comprehensive support system that will assist and encourage you, including personal tutors and welfare tutors who can help with both academic and welfare issues. [-]

Clinical Doctorates

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 8 years September 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

The ‘Clinical Doctorate’ programme is designed for experienced clinicians who wish to attain the highest goal of becoming ‘clinical academic’. This is the ideal qualification for those who retain a clinical focus with commitment to the improvement of patient care. [+]

Best PhD Degrees in United Kingdom 2017. Our Clinical Doctorate is the only one of its kind in Scotland, tailored to the needs of Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals, of all varieties. The programme is practice-focused and has been designed to prepare future leaders of practice, education and leadership. Students will join other professionals from a range of disciplines for on-campus and online study, to benefit not only from the extensive knowledge delivered by the Clinical Doctorate team, but from each others experiences and expertise. The Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport is well placed to deliver a clinically focused programme such as this. We are a multi-award winning institution, led by a group of world-leading academics, with strong and established research records, real nursing experience and a wealth of world-class publications. Who is the Doctorate for? The ‘Clinical Doctorate’ programme is designed for experienced clinicians who wish to attain the highest goal of becoming ‘clinical academic’. This is the ideal qualification for those who retain a clinical focus with commitment to the improvement of patient care. Health care professionals on the Programme may include: nurses; midwives; dieticians; genetic counsellors; occupational therapists; paramedicine; physiotherapists; speech and language therapists; sport and exercise psychologists and podiatrists. 1st for Research In the Research Excellence Framework (REF2014) the Faculty of Health Sciences came top for health research in Scotland and was ranked 12th in the UK overall, showcasing our commitment to producing world-leading research which improves the health of people in Scotland and reduces health inequalities through impact on policy and practice. Top Reasons To Study With Us You will join a programme that is unique in Scotland in its clinical focus and differs greatly from all similar programmes in the UK. You will be supported by a dedicated team of academic staff and the Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit (NMAHP RU), both renowned for their expertise in world-leading research that permeates the programme. The blended teaching approach allows you to relate everything you learn, including assignments, directly to what you do in practice and realise the impact this has on your day-to-day work. You will join other learners from a range of clinical backgrounds, learn from one another, and have the opportunity to discuss within a critical space. As a qualified Doctor of Nursing, Midwifery or Professional Health Studies, you will have attained the highest level of academic qualification within your specialism, placing yourself at the forefront of your profession as a recognised, and highly employable expert . Course objectives The programme aims to develop you as a clinically focussed senior Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional who will be at the cutting edge of clinical research and practice in your field. Working autonomously, you will be able to design and execute research to deal with problems and issues in practice and apply constant and integrated approaches to critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new and complex ideas, information and issues. In summary, the programme is about: Tackling complex ideas and challenging established modes of thinking; Developing research and scholarship skills harnessed imaginatively to the field of clinical practice; Preparing to be at the cutting edge of clinical and research practice for your area of ‘expertness’; Familiarity with leading-edge research, an ability to redesign the clinical environment and understanding of the research process. What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements Candidates should normally hold a good Honours degree and/or a Master’s degree or equivalent of a university or college recognised by the University of Stirling; hold an appropriate nursing, midwifery or allied health professional registration; and normally at least five years’ post-registration experience. Selection follows consideration of written application and statement. *Please note that due to the nature of this programme we can only accept applications from EU based students. Applicants from outwith the EU are advised to contact health.sci.cpd@stir.ac.uk for a discussion on your suitability to joining the programme. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.5 with 6.0 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 56 in each component IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 20 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Structure and content The programme is designed to challenge and change the way you think. Throughout the programme, your endeavours focus on your own field of practice. You can expect to make a significant difference to your clinical environment right from the very start. The programme can be studied over three years full-time or, more commonly, over four and eight years on a part-time basis. It consists of three taught modules, an expert practice module and an empirical thesis. Taught components are clustered into two three-day sessions over the first three semesters. Each taught module is studied over one semester. The first module brings you up to date with the latest ideas, findings and methods – taken from across the spectrum of academic research and harnessed imaginatively to your field of practice. The second module builds on the first but looks at clinically-applied problem solving to design evidence into fields of practice and organisations. The potential of the research and its impact is part of that design process. In the third module we work together to promote a generic knowledge of research methods whilst keeping the clinical relevance of your research in our sights at all times. You also start to more fully develop your research ideas. The fourth module is about assessment of your expert practice including its currency and engagement with others. You are also supported to develop your research proposal further. Following two years of taught modules, you progress to the empirical research stage and ultimately construct a thesis on a topic that will enhance the knowledge base in your field of practice. Delivery and assessment Taught modules Contemporary Health Care Theory and Research (NURPD01) - SCQF 40 credits / level 11 Project Management in Health Care Organisations (NURPD02) - SCQF 40 credits / level 11 Research Design for Clinical Practice (NURPD03) - SCQF 40 credits / level 11 Expert Practice (NURPD04) - SCQF 80 credits / level 12 Research module Practice Based Empirical Project & Thesis (NUPRD05) - SCQF 340 credits / level 12 Each taught module and Thesis module (NURPD05) is organised and supported by a module coordinator. They will offer you any advice and guidance required during each module and offer you support with your endeavours. Assessment The main method of assessment for each module is coursework, with one practice based examination. Progression Students must successfully complete all taught modules before commencing the research stage (NURPD05). Support Students are well supported through regular face-to-face contact, video conferencing, skype, email and phone. There is tutorial time in preparation for each assignment, and detailed feedback afterward. 'Succeed' is available to all students via the University portal. Each taught module is supported by a bespoke set of web pages where information, teaching materials and learning resources are deposited by the module coordinator. Study method Part-time and Full-time routes of study are available using blended learning. Taught components are clustered into two three-day sessions over the first three semesters. Strengths Research in the Faculty focuses on clinically and socially relevant research about the quality and delivery of health and social care; the development and evaluation of health interventions; health behaviour change and social marketing.‌ The Institute of Social Marketing (ISM) conducts research in three key areas: the development and evaluation of behaviour change interventions based on social marketing principles; the impact of public policy on health and social welfare and the impact of commercial marketing on the health and behaviour of individuals and of society more generally. The Faculty hosts the Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit (NMAHPRU) funded by the Scottish Government's Health Directorates, Chief Scientist Office. NMAHP-RU has two programmes of research: interventions and quality and delivery of care. Colleagues from across the Faculty, NMAHP-RU and ISM are committed to sharing their expertise with students on the programme. Career opportunities Students find a difference in their thinking right from the start and take that different thinking into practice. Within the current body of students, ten have advanced their careers by achieving a promotion during their time on the programme. Employability Professional Doctorates are recognised internationally as a qualification granted to those who have reached the peak of professional and academic achievement in their field of expertise. ‌Increasingly within the National Health Service (NHS) a Professional Doctorate is seen as an essential academic qualification for progressing to higher level posts within the NHS Agenda for Change career framework. Graduates have reported benefits of studying a Clinical Doctorate as being: gaining the confidence to see themselves as an expert in their field; the personal fulfilment of achieving the highest academic qualification; enhanced critical and analytical thinking; confidence within specialist areas; the opening of new and advanced career opportunities. [-]

Professional Doctorate (PD) Sport, Exercise and Health Science

University of Kent, School of Sport & Exercise Sciences
Campus Part time Open Enrollment United Kingdom Canterbury

The Professional Doctorate in Sport, Exercise and Health Science is a specialist programme designed for experienced sport, exercise and health practitioners who would like to undertake research that is relevant and applied to their area of professional practice. [+]

The Professional Doctorate in Sport, Exercise and Health Science is a specialist programme designed for experienced sport, exercise and health practitioners who would like to undertake research that is relevant and applied to their area of professional practice. Through a combination of individually tutored modules and your own research, you develop your academic and professional knowledge and acquire a range of advanced research skills. The professional doctorate programme culminates with the submission of your doctoral thesis or portfolio on a topic that advances your area of professional knowledge or practice. Postgraduate resources The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences has recently invested heavily in its equipment and other resources, and has world-class sports therapy and sport science facilities. Campus facilities include a 12-couch teaching clinic and state-of-the-art sports science laboratories. There is a wide range of equipment, including motorised and non-motorised treadmills, cycle ergometers, an isokinetic dynamometer, and blood and gas analysis equipment. In addition, at Medway Park, the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences has its own cutting-edge sports therapy clinic, rehabilitation gymnasium, sports science laboratories and a respiratory clinic. There is also a hypoxic environmental chamber, and analytical chemistry, respiratory testing and psychobiology laboratories. These specialist rooms have been set up with over £700,000 of new equipment, including an anti-gravity treadmill, a 3D video analysis system, 2D force pedals, ultra-sound imaging, near-infrared spectroscopy and a gait analysis system. The School operates a commercial sports injury and rehabilitation clinic, respiratory clinic and sports performance services from Medway Park to support elite athletes, regional squads and local residents. As a postgraduate student, you have the opportunity to develop your professional skills as you work with clients in the clinic and laboratory under staff supervision. Dynamic publishing culture Staff publish regularly and widely in leading scientific journals. Among others, they have recently contributed to: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; American Journal of Sports Medicine; Journal of Applied Physiology; British Journal of Sports Medicine. Entry requirements Candidates must normally be experienced sport, exercise or health practitioners. Candidates will be required to write a brief proposal and will be invited to attend an informal interview with the programme director and potential supervisor. English language entry requirements For detailed information see our English language requirements web pages. Please note that if you are required to meet an English language condition, we offer a number of pre-sessional courses in English for Academic Purposes through Kent International Pathways. Annual tuition fees Part-time UK/EU: 1998 GBP International: 7430 GBP [-]

Master of Pharmacy (MPharm)

University of Kent, Medway School of Pharmacy
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 United Kingdom Medway

The MPharm programme is a four year programme which aims to provide pharmacy education of excellent quality and focuses on producing future pharmacists who will promote the safe and effective use of medicines, ensuring patient and public safety at all times. [+]

Best PhD Degrees in United Kingdom 2017. Overview The MPharm programme is a four year programme which aims to provide pharmacy education of excellent quality and focuses on producing future pharmacists who will promote the safe and effective use of medicines, ensuring patient and public safety at all times. The MPharm curriculum is outcomes focused and designed to be transformational for the student. It is based on a three-pronged thematic model integrated around selected body systems which form the basis of a core curriculum. Using the body systems model as an integrated context for teaching, the curriculum is designed to break down barriers between disciplines, helping students to learn more effectively. Teaching is integrated, facilitating students’ exposure to basic and applied science and professional practice in the context of patient care. This will be supported by an increasing focus on practice-related learning, as evidenced by placements and in-house simulation-based learning, as well as additional practice experience provided in-house. Teaching Each course includes lectures, seminars, laboratory work, small group work, practice based activities and assignments. There are also a number of placements throughout the programme, so you will benefit from both academic and practice-related environments. The MPharm programme culminates in a sustained research project which constitutes one third of the final year of the programme. Placements Practice placements are an integral part of the MPharm programme. Placements are undertaken in both community and hospital pharmacy settings. Students are required to complete a one-day practice experience in the community in Year 1. This is followed by a week in both settings in Year 2 and two weeks in both settings in Year 3. Assessment Assessment includes written examinations at the end of each year. All courses also have continuous assessment that contributes the remainder of the overall course mark. Continuous assessments include practical dispensing examinations, objective structured clinical examinations, presentations (individual and group), written reports, assessment of laboratory notebooks, case studies, essays and multiple choice questions. Final honours classification is calculated from: 20% of Stage 2 overall grade, 30% of Stage 3 overall grade and 50% of stage 4 overall grade. Becoming a Pharmacist: After a UK based course: After the successful completion of the course you will receive an MPharm degree. There are a number of further steps to go through before you will be able to register with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and practise as a qualified pharmacist in the UK. Once you have completed an MPharm you will need to apply for a pre-registration year, this is where you will further develop the skills you gained during your degree as a paid employee in a professional environment. Entrance on a pre-registration year is competitive and there is no guarantee that you will receive a place. A proportion of these pre-registration places are with the NHS, but the majority of placements involve working with community pharmacists. Again, you should be aware that your place on the pre-registration year is not guaranteed as the number of available placements is dependent on different factors. One such factor is that the availability of pre-registration places offered by community pharmacies can vary from year to year. International students are also very likely to require a visa which can be dependent on meeting a number of conditions, including a minimum salary requirement. After the completion of 52 weeks of pre-registration training, and subject to you passing the registration exam at the end of the training, you will be eligible to register with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and practise as a fully qualified pharmacist. Features Innovative new teaching facilities including clinical skills laboratory, an extensive network of teacher practitioners (seconded at least two days per week), leading edge research academics, and a programme which is based on a three-pronged thematic model integrated around selected body systems. Entry Criteria Offer Levels The MPharm degree is a four year full-time programme of study. Graduates are required to undertake and pass a registration examination before being permitted to register as a pharmacist in Great Britain. All students are required to demonstrate basic literacy and numeracy skills as evidenced by GCSE grade B in English Language and grade B Mathematics. All students are required to demonstrate basic literacy and numeracy skills as evidenced by GCSE grade B in English Language and grade B Mathematics. 320 UCAS Tariff points, ABB at A2 level (including 2 science based subjects, one of which must be Chemistry). BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science: Diploma - Distinction/Distinction/Distinction Overall. And AS level Chemistry at grade B Scottish Highers: AB at Advanced Higher level to include chemistry and one other pure science based subject and BB at Higher Level in two additional subjects; and relevant qualifications in English language and maths. Irish Leaving Certificate - AA at Higher Level in chemistry and one other pure science based subject and BBB in three additional subjects at Higher Level; and maths and English language grade B at Ordinary Level. International Baccalaureate - An overall score of 32 points (15 at Higher Level), to include ≥ 5 in both Chemistry and one other science based subject. Overseas applicants will be assessed on an individual basis based upon the UK Naric equivalent and must have an appropriate English language qualification and equivalent sciences background. Alternative English Qualifications: IELTS at grade 7.0 in each category Cambridge English Advanced Certificate at grade B TOEFL (Internet Based score of 87 or Paper Based score of 575) Graduate Entry - applicants possessing a first degree in a relevant subject must have a minimum of a 2:1 classification to be considered. (Please see details regarding ELQ tuition fees) Applicants will be expected to apply through UCAS. Location: Anson Building, Universities at Medway Campus, Chatham Maritime, Kent [-]

PhD in Physical Education and Sport

Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias
Campus Full time 3 years

The main goal of the of study programme leading to the degree of Doctor of Physical Education and Sport is the production of knowledge by conducting original research in this area. [+]

 PhD in Physical Education and Sport

 

Programme Director

Professor Doutor Francisco Alberto Arruda Carreiro da Costa

 

Secretariat

Faculdade de Educação Física e Desporto - Doutoramento

 

 

Qualification requirements and regulations

The following may apply for the Doctoral Programme in Physical Education and Sport: a) The holders of a master’s degree or a legal equivalent; b) The holders of a B.A. who present an especially relevant academic or scientific which is acknowledge by the Scientific Council of the Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies’ Physical Education and Sports Faculty as being a competence certificate. b) The holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum which is acknowledged by the Scientific Council of the Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies’ Physical Education and Sports Faculty as being a competence certificate.... [-]


Doctor of Clinical and Health Psychology

University of Newcastle
Campus Full time Part time 3 years

The Doctor of Clinical and Health Psychology is a professional qualification for those who wish to work as clinical psychologists or health psychologists. It aims to train psychologists who can apply psychological research and methods to: the prevention and management... [+]

Is clinical and health psychology for you?

 

The Doctor of Clinical and Health Psychology is a professional qualification for those who wish to work as clinical psychologists or health psychologists. It aims to train psychologists who can apply psychological research and methods to: the prevention and management of disease and mental disorder; the promotion and maintenance of (mental) health; the identification of psychological factors contributing to illness and disorder; and the improvement of the health care system and health policy.

This degree is the first in Australia to offer graduates Australian Psychological Society (APS) membership to both the Clinical College and the Health College. It is also the first accredited training program in health psychology in New South Wales.... [-]


Sport and Exercise Science MPhil / PhD

London South Bank University
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Most research students register initially for the MPhil programme and then progress on to the Doctoral track following satisfactory completion of an MPhil Transfer Report, after 18 months of study. [+]

Overview The School of Applied Sciences has a strong culture of research and enterprise. 73% of our research into Sport and Exercise Sciences was awarded the two highest ratings: 4* world-leading or 3* internationally excellent, for overall quality by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. 90% received 4* or 3* for 'impact' (reach and significance) and 75% a 3* for 'environment' - "conducive to producing research of internationally excellent quality, in terms of its vitality and sustainability". This success is underpinned by a strong record of external income generation with the total current contract value of research and enterprise awards exceeding £4m. Income is generated from a wide range of sources including the research councils, European Union, industry, Government, charities, consultancy and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships. Our research is to a very large degree interdisciplinary and collaborative with strong national and international links. Research is undertaken within the many research groups based in the School and research students can expect to join one of these groups. A member of staff, expert in the chosen field, is directly responsible for guiding and supporting a student's research programme. A secondary supervisor is appointed to give further guidance and assistance and, in some cases, additional supervisors can also be invited to join the supervisory team such as an expert from industry. Human Performance Centre The Human Performance Centre acts as a research and enterprise hub for sport, exercise and nutrition sciences. Employability Most research students register initially for the MPhil programme and then progress on to the Doctoral track following satisfactory completion of an MPhil Transfer Report, after 18 months of study. A first progress report is also required of all research students after ten months from the date of enrolment. Research methods training All research students are required to participate in a Key Skills Development programme aimed at developing transferable skills in addition to those employed in carrying out research. Training in research methods is available through frequent research seminars. When necessary the research student can follow, in part, relevant Masters courses available within the Faculty and in particular units on research methodology. In some cases, research students are encouraged to follow other courses available within the University or externally aimed at improving their general expertise in their chosen areas. In addition, they may be encouraged to follow language courses aimed at improving their oral and written skills - both essential in their future careers. Conferences Research students are often sponsored to attend national and international conferences and to meet leading scientists in their fields and to present their research findings. The progress of all research students is formally monitored by the University's Research Degree Committee. Transferable skills A research degree will equip you with many transferable skills. The self-discipline, the demand for clear analytical thinking, and the ability to turn criticism of others work into something constructive of your own, all constitute a unique training for almost any kind of career. The excitement and satisfaction of finding new facts, a new idea, or a new way of looking at something can be highly rewarding. Entry requirements When applying for the PhD or MPhil you will normally be expected to have a first or upper second class honours degree or a masters degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university, or its overseas equivalent. You may also be required to undertake some taught courses in research methods or other subjects from a range of courses in the School. [-]

Postgraduate Research

Royal Veterinary College
Campus or Online Full time Part time August 2017 United Kingdom London

Doing a PhD is an exciting, challenging and rewarding experience and forms the foundation for your subsequent scientific career. We develop scientists [+]

Postgraduate Research

Doing a PhD is an exciting, challenging and rewarding experience and forms the foundation for your subsequent scientific career. We develop scientists who are capable of working across interdisciplinary teams and who can tackle problems of practical relevance to veterinary science.

 

RVC PhD students have the privilege of learning from experts who produce cutting edge research in a range of subjects and are published in the top academic journals Our staff and students come from around the world Our perspective is truly international London is a unique location – students benefit from close proximity to other international centres of excellence in biomedical and biological sciences ... [-]