MSc Clinical Medicine
This innovative part-time course has been developed to train future leaders in the competitive and challenging environment of clinical medicine.
This course aims to support healthcare professionals, particularly those working in general practice, in developing their clinical leadership and management skills to become empowered, well-developed clinicians who are prepared for the impact of these pressures upon the NHS while continuing to maintain and improve patient care.
The Swansea University Medical School Experience:
Top 3 UK Medical School (The Complete University Guide 2018)
Best research environment in the UK (REF 2014)
2nd UK Medical School for overall research quality (REF 2014)
MSc Clinical Medicine is primarily aimed at junior doctors in specialist training and GPs. It is also suitable for other medical professionals wishing to further their education in specialist fields and general principles.
- Standard admission to the MSc will require either a medical degree or at least a 2.2 honours degree in an appropriate subject that has led to registration with a professional body (e.g. Nursing and Midwifery Council).
- There is also provision for admission that takes into account work experience for applicants who do not meet the specified criteria
- There is also the option of taking individual modules from this course as part of a CPD accreditation
- UK/EU £6,300
- International £15,450
Swansea University Medical School Students
"My experience at Swansea University Medical School benefited me greatly"
Ines Nearchou, PhD Student QUAD Patholoy
"Familiarity with faculty means that as a student you are wonderfully supported throughout your course"
Dr Serah Mungai, Graduate Entry Medicine
"I'm incredibly thankful for the support of my academic mentors at Swansea who enabled me to take the first steps in a rewarding career"
Emily Mears, PhD Neurogenetics