Scholarships for international postgraduate studies to be awarded by the Faculty of Medicine Graduate School, University of Glasgow

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More than 20 part scholarships for international applicants commencing taught and research postgraduate studies in September 2007 are to be awarded by the Faculty of Medicine Graduate School, University of Glasgow. The part scholarships will typically cover the home/EU fee component, department for education and skills rates, of the international programme fees. Part scholarships are also available for research study leading to the degrees of MSc (medical science), MD, DDS and PhD in five-rated groups within the faculty’s main research based divisions: cancer sciences and molecular pathology, cardiovascular and medical sciences, immunology, infection and inflammation, community based sciences, developmental medicine and clinical neurosciences. Opportunities may also be available for research in dentistry and nursing and health care.

Requirements: All applicants must hold or expect to achieve a first class or upper second-class honours degree, or Masters, in a relevant discipline. Exceptions apply where no honours degree classification exists. Applications are invited from international applicants applying for taught Masters programmes including MSc in medical science, applied neuro psychology, MSc medical science in human nutrition, MSc medical science in clinical nutrition, MSc medical science in medical genetics, MSc medical science in clinical pharmacology. Master of public health, MSc medical science in clinical physics, MSc medical science in sport and exercise medicine, MSc medical science in health care and new Masters’ programmes commencing in September 2007, subject to Senate approval. A number of part scholarships will be strategically earmarked for international applicants applying to these new programmes.

Submission: May 31,2007.

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