University of Bristol
This programme offers an excellent grounding in biomedical research by equipping you with the skills to understand, critically analyse and conduct clinically relevant research. Under the guidance of an expert, you will carry out a novel research project in your field of interest.
You will be taught and guided by research-active scientists and clinicians in small group lectures, seminars, tutorials and practical classes.
The core of the programme is an eight-month research project in an area that inspires you. This could be either a fundamental bioscience project, translational research, or an epidemiological population health study.
You will be based within one of our internationally recognised health science research groups, with opportunities to immerse yourself in both laboratory and clinical-based environments.
Taught units deliver intensive research training covering scientific writing, critical appraisal of scientific literature, presentation skills, experimental design, statistics and grant writing, giving you the key skills to be a successful researcher:
- Introduction to Research in Health Sciences
- Further Research Methods
- Project Proposal
- Research Club
- Research Project
You can study a Masters’ level degree after three or more years of study on your professional programme. Please refer to the admissions statement on our intercalation website for full guidance on how your application will be assessed.
The closing date for applications will be advised on the University of Bristol Intercalated degrees website: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/intercalate