The MSc Clinical Science (specialism in brackets) degrees shown below are the academic component of the Scientific Training Programme. Please visit the individual university website for full programme details.

Aston University

  • MSc Clinical Science (Neurosensory Sciences)

King’s College London

  • MSc Clinical Science (Medical Physics)
  • MSc Clinical Science (Clinical Engineering)

Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE)

MAHSE is a consortium of universities and health service providers that delivers a range of Clinical Science programmes. The degrees are awarded by the individual constituent universities, however enquiries about programmes offered by the consortium should be directed in the first instance to MAHSE rather than to the individual universities.

Degree Details Awarded by
MSc Clinical Science (Blood Sciences) The majority of the programme is delivered and taught by the University of Manchester. Manchester Metropolitan University work in collaboration with the University of Manchester to deliver elements of the Haematology and Transfusion Sciences and the Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics pathways being delivered by Manchester Metropolitan University. University of Manchester pathways in:

  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Clinical Immunology (Histocompatibility & Immunogenetics)

Manchester Metropolitan University pathways in:

  • Haematology and Transfusion Sciences
MSc Clinical Science (Cardiac, Critical Care, Vascular, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences) The majority of the programme is delivered and taught by Manchester Metropolitan University. From 2016 Manchester Metropolitan University is accredited to deliver Critical Care. The University of Salford work in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University to deliver elements of the Critical Care Science and Vascular Sciences pathways. Manchester Metropolitan University pathways in:

  • Cardiac Science
  • Critical Care Science
  • Vascular Science
  • Respiratory and Sleep Science

University of Salford pathways in:

  • Vascular
  • Critical Care Science specialism
MSc Clinical Science (Cellular Science) The majority of the programme is delivered and taught by Manchester Metropolitan University with elements delivered by outside experts in the field. Manchester Metropolitan University
MSc Clinical Science (Clinical Bioinformatics – Genomics) The programme is delivered by the University of Manchester in collaboration with Nowgen and the National Genetic Reference Laboratory. Elements of the first year of the programme are delivered at the University of Liverpool. This is currently a single specialty programme (in Genomics)

In addition, MAHSE is accredited to deliver the specialties of Health Informatics (University of Manchester with some teaching in the second and third years at University College London)

 

Physical Sciences (University of Liverpool )

 

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University of Manchester

 

University of Liverpool

 

 

MSc Clinical Science (Clinical Pharmaceutical Science) The programme is delivered by the University of Manchester in collaboration with the University of Salford, with some elements delivered by Kings College London. University of Manchester
MSc Clinical Science (Neurosensory Sciences) The majority of the programme is delivered and taught by the University of Manchester in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University, which teaches elements of the Neurophysiology pathway. University of Manchester pathways in:

  • Audiology
  • Ophthalmic and Vision Science

Manchester Metropolitan University pathways in:

  • Neurophysiology
MSc Clinical Science (Reconstructive Science) The programme is a joint programme between Manchester Metropolitan University and King’s College London. Jointly Manchester Metropolitan University and King’s College London

Newcastle University

  • MSc Clinical Science (Medical Physics)
  • MSc Clinical Science (Cardiac, Vascular, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences)
  • MSc Clinical Science (Gastrointestinal Physiology and Urodynamic Sciences)

Queen Mary University of London

  • MSc Clinical Science (Infection Sciences)

University of Liverpool

  • MSc Clinical Science (Medical Physics)
  • MSc Clinical Science (Clinical Bioinformatics – Physical Sciences)

Swansea University 

  • MSc Clinical Science (Medical Physics)