Doctorate in Medicine
Application deadlines: January 15
International tuition: £18,940
Domestic tuition: £2,164
Strong links between clinicians and the University are already in place and the student will develop their research questions with their clinical line manager and university supervisor(s) before undertaking appropriate experimental laboratory and/or clinical work to answer these and produce a thesis of novel publishable work. The programme enables the student, with the support of the University and clinical supervisors, to ensure that all of the necessary skills to be an excellent researcher can be acquired.
This program can be done
Candidates should be able to exhibit both professional qualifications and clinical practice. A medical or dental qualification e.g. MBChB, MBBS, BDS, BChD. Registration with the GMC or GDC of the UK. A minimum of two years clinical practice following GMC or GDC registration, with an additional year in specialist practice.
The Doctorate in Medicine degree is likely to be the basis for a clinical academic career, but it also provides an advantage to employability in any area of professional activity through access to more generic training. Since a doctoral programme is highly specialised, it offers students a unique opportunity to gain internationally recognised expertise on a specific topic.
Bradford , United Kingdom