Intercalated Masters Options
We offer exciting postgraduate opportunities as options for the intercalated degree pathway for medical and dental students at the end of the 3rd year.
The options are:
MSc (Res) Oncology and Drug Discovery
Course Co-ordinator: Dr Richard Williams (email@example.com)
MSc (Res) Cancer Medicine
Course Co-ordinator: Dr Paul Mullan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MSc in Molecular Pathology of Cancer
Course Co-ordinator : Dr Jackie James (email@example.com)
MSc in Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics
Course Co-ordinator: Dr Jaine Blayney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MSc in Clinical Anatomy
MPH in Global Health
Course Co-ordinator: Professor Nathan Congdon (email@example.com)
Masters in Public Health (MPH)
For further information about these programmes please refer to the course webpages and contact the course co-ordinator. You may also find it useful to refer to the guide to intercalated degrees at QUB for 2019-20
Intercalating medical and dental students within QUB will be considered if they have successfully completed the third year of their course at first attempt and achieved an overall profile which is 2.1 equivalent. Intercalating applicants should also ensure they have permission to intercalate from either the Director for Medical Education or Dentistry as appropriate.
An external medical or dental student wishing to intercalate must have successfully completed the 3rd/4th year of their course and passed all assessments in the year in which they are applying and must be ranked in the top half of their cohort. External intercalating applicants should also ensure they have the permission of the Head of Undergraduate Medical/Dental Education or equivalent from their home University, which should be submitted to QUB Admissions Office.
- Students should apply via the Queen’s On Line portal https://dap.qub.ac.uk/portal/user/u_login.php
- Students should also submit a ‘permission form for a year out form’. Medical students should contact Ms Perpetua Lewis, Student Support and Guidance Officer, Centre for Medical Education, Whitla Medical Building (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information if required and complete this permission form. Dental students should ensure that they have met with Prof Chris Irwin (email@example.com to discuss their plans for intercalating and complete this permission form.
- Applicants applying for funding must submit their application by Thursday 31 January 2019. Applicants will automatically be considered for an intercalated scholarship if they have submitted by this date. Candidates should refer to the webpages for any additional Scholarship application requirements. Closing date for all remaining applications is Friday 29 March 2019.
FEES AND FUNDING
Visit http://go.qub.ac.uk/tuition for up-to-date information on tuition fees.
Scholarships currently available for 2019-20 are listed below. Additional Scholarships will advertised here as and when they are confirmed.
The Intercalated Masters Scholarship in the Molecular Pathology of Cancer
The Intercalated Masters Scholarship in the Molecular Pathology of Cancer is open to QUB intercalated candidates undertaking the MSc Molecular Pathology of Cancer in 2019-20. The scholarship, to the value of £6,500 each, will cover tuition fees and a small stipend. The terms of this scholarship, including eligibility, are the same as the school scholarship (as listed above). The deadline is Monday 18th February 2019 at 12pm.
Mathews Family Scholarship
The Mathews Family Scholarship for Medical students of £6,500 will be awarded annually to a Queen’s medical student to undertake Intercalated degree MSc (Res) in Cancer Medicine. The deadline is Thursday 31 January 2019 at 12pm. For further details on this bursary and its terms please click here.
The School of Medicine Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences are offering up to 7 competitive intercalated scholarships for the academic year 2018-19 for QUB Medical and Dental students undertaking the intercalated Masters.
The Scholarships, to the value of £6,500 each, will cover tuition fees and a bursary. The Terms of these Scholarships, including eligibility, are as follows;
- Students must be registered medical or dental students at Queen’s University.
- Must have successfully completed, or be due to complete, third year medical or dental examinations on the first attempt with an overall classification of a 2.1 honours degree or better.
- Must have applied online to undertake one of the above masters intercalated degrees by Thursday 31 January 2019 at 12pm via the University's Direct Applications Portal
- The scholarships will be competitive and will be awarded on the basis of academic rankings.
Students should also submit a ‘permission form for a year out form’. Medical students should contact Ms Perpetua Lewis, Student Support and Guidance Officer, Centre for Medical Education, Whitla Medical Building (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information if required and complete this permission form. Dental students should ensure that they have met with Prof Chris Irwin (email@example.com to discuss their plans for intercalating and complete this permission form.