Genomics is revolutionising patient diagnosis and treatment in all branches of medicine around the world. Learn how recent technological advances have transformed the way genomic data is generated, analysed and presented and its relevance to a range of clinical scenarios, as well as how to handle big data. This course is suitable for international health practitioners, and graduates of life science degrees with relevant genetics content. The curriculum is designed by Health Education England.
St George's, University of London, is offering two GREAT Scholarships, each worth £10,000, available for the 2023-24 academic year for students from:
- India (one scholarship)
- Malaysia (one scholarship)
The scholarships are for full-time taught master's programmes in the following subjects:
- MSc Genomic Medicine
- MSc Global Health (and pathways: Global Health and Conflict; Global Health and Humanities; Global Health and Mental Health; Global Health, Ethics and Law; Global Health, Infection and Immunity)
- MSc Sports Cardiology
- MSc Translational Medicine
- MSc Clinical Neuroscience Practise
- MA Medical Ethics, Law, & Humanities
Why St George's?
'St George’s, University of London, is the UK’s specialist health university and offering array of specialist programmes including taught Masters in Genomic Medicine, Global Health, and Clinical Neuroscience. With the recent work our researchers, staff and students have undertaken to combat Covid-19, students at St George's join a community that is making a difference. We are also unique in sharing a campus with a hospital – St Georges Hospital, one of London’s largest hospitals. St George’s ranks in the top 10 in the UK for Research Impact (REF 2021) and within the top 250 universities worldwide (2021 THE World University Rankings).'
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Apply for a GREAT Scholarship at St George's, University of London
To find out more and to apply for a scholarship, visit St George's website. The deadline for applications is 1 May 2023.