School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences

Intercalated Masters

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:

Course Co-ordinator:  Prof Liam Murray, l.murray@qub.ac.uk 

 

Course Co-ordinator:  Dr Paul Mullan ( p.mullan@qub.ac.uk

 

Course Co-ordinator: Dr Jaine Blayney (j.blayney@qub.ac.uk)

 

Course Co-ordinator: Ms Samantha Taylor (s.j.taylor@qub.ac.uk)

 

Course Co-ordinator : Dr Jackie James  (j.james@qub.ac.uk)

 

For further information about these programmes please refer to the course webpages and contact the course co-ordinator. Presentations given to the programme co-ordinators at the INSPIRE Intercalated Fair have been uploaded to the Medical and Dental student portal.

 

How to apply

Candidates apply for the specific Masters programme via the University’s ‘Direct application Portal’ (DAP).  

Students should also submit a ‘Permission Form for Year Out’. Please contact Mrs Perpetua Lewis, Student Support and Guidance Officer, Centre for Medical Education, Whitla Medical Building (p.lewis@qub.ac.uk) for further information and for a copy of this form if required.  

 

Closing date

  • Closing date for applicants also wishing to apply for funding is Tuesday 31 January 2017 (Please note that this closing date has been extended from the previously published date of 27 January 2017)
  • Closing date for all remaining applications is Friday 28 April 2017

 

Fees and Funding

Visit http://go.qub.ac.uk/tuition for up-to-date information on tuition fees.

 

School Bursaries for Medical and Dental Students

The School are offering up to 10 Intercalated Masters Bursaries for the above programmes for medical and dental students. The Bursaries up to the value of £6,500 each, will cover the tuition fee and a bursary.

The Terms of these Scholarships, including eligibility, are as follows:

  1. Students must be a registered medical or dental student at Queen’s University.
  2. Must have successfully completed, or be due to complete, third year medical or dental examinations at the first attempt to at least a 2.1 honours standard.
  3. Must have applied online to undertake one of the intercalated degrees by 31 January 2017 via the University's Direct Applications Portal.
  4. The scholarships will be competitive and will be awarded on the basis of academic rankings used to calculate distinctions.
  5. Queen's Medical/Dental students must submit a ‘Permission Form for Year Out’. Please complete the form available from Mrs Perpetua Lewis, Centre for Medical Education, Whitla Medical Building (p.lewis@qub.ac.uk).

 

Mathews Family Scholarship for Medical students
MRes in Translational Medicine - Breast Cancer

A scholarship of £6,500 will be awarded annually to a Queen’s medical student to undertake the Intercalated degree ‘MRes in Translational Medicine’. Further information on this scholarship can be found here.

The Terms of these Scholarships, including eligibility, are as follows:

  1. Students must be a registered medical student at Queen’s University.
  2. Must have successfully completed, or be due to complete, third year medical examinations at the first attempt to at least a 2.1 honours standard.

Application process

  1. Students should apply via the University's Direct Applications Portal by Tuesday 31 January 2017.
  2. Must submit a 300 word application clearly stating their reasons for wishing to undertake the intercalated MRes in Translational Medicine and specifically in breast cancer research (please refer to Mathews Family Scholarship information) by Tuesday 31 January 2017 to the pgoffice.smdb@qub.ac.uk