Are you interested in applying for a place on the Scientist Training Programme (STP)?
Do you want to specialise in any of the following areas:
- Blood Sciences
- Cardiac, Critical Care, Vascular and Respiratory & Sleep Sciences
- Cellular Sciences
- Clinical Bioinformatics
- Clinical Pharmaceutical Science
- Genomic Sciences
- Neurosensory Sciences
- Reconstructive Sciences
MAHSE is holding its annual STP Open Day:
Come along to find out more about the Masters in Clinical Science programmes offered by MAHSE. These programmes are the academic component of the STP.
By attending the event, you will discover:
- What the STP is and which academic programmes are offered in Manchester
- How to apply for a place on the STP
There will be the opportunity to meet with the programme teams to discuss the specialisms in greater detail. There is the opportunity to book onto tours around some departments in local NHS Trusts in the afternoon. Please note that tours are not available for all specialisms and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Recruitment to the STP is run by the National School of Healthcare Science (NSHCS). Applications are open once a year, usually between January and February, and the programme commences in September. Further information about recruitment and Healthcare Science Education and Training is also available on the NSHCS website.
Please note: If you are interested in Reproductive Science, a tour of the department in Manchester will take place in December (date still to be confirmed). Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.