The School offers a range of postgraduate courses in Medicine in an excellent, high quality learning and teaching environment, with an emphasis on professional relevance and employability.
Why study at the School?
Queen’s has one of the longest-established medical schools in the UK. The School attracts the very best staff, thinkers, innovators, clinicians and scientists from across the world. This is underpinned by our strong international research links, the recognition given to our work and our graduates, and our efforts to implement our work through the development of biotech companies.
By providing high-quality postgraduate medicine degrees and diplomas, the School delivers life-changing experiences to our students.
Recent advances in biomedical technology have resulted in vast amounts of data that are crucial to unlocking the mysteries of diseases and developing new treatments to tackle them.
The Queen’s MSc course in Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics is designed to train biologists and computational scientists to manage, analyse and understand this genomic data.
Translational Medicine allows findings in the research laboratory to be developed into new diagnostic tools and therapies that provide real patient health benefits.
The Masters in Research (MRes) in Translational Medicine is an ideal stepping stone to a research PhD, with further opportunities in a Doctoral Training Programme.
This mental health training programme is designed for doctors in training who are preparing for a career in psychiatry, General Practice or General Medicine and is also suitable for trainee psychiatrists preparing for college examinations.
The programme offers Medical and Dental practitioners who want to improve their teaching skills the opportunity to underpin their educational practice with Masters level study.
This programme aims to provide students with a greater understanding of advanced human anatomy, including radiological anatomy, microscopic anatomy and embryology.
Blended Learning provides flexible learning opportunities for working clinicians, with online study complemented by face to face teaching at the University.
This programme emphasises global aspects of public health, emerging threats and challenges and equips students with the knowledge and skills base to pursue a career in this area.