MSc Neuroimaging: Methods and Applications

Image of a woman with EEG sensors on her scalp. Another woman is facing her and leaning on a computer screen.
A research study taking place in one of our three electroencephalography (EEG) labs.

Our MSc in Neuroimaging aims to provide you with a critical understanding of the human brain using advanced neuroimaging tools and techniques.

This programme, which welcomes graduates from a wide range of scientific backgrounds, gives you the opportunity to fully develop your understanding of the human brain through a range of innovative teaching and learning methods.

Learn more about this programme, including details on how to apply.

Reasons to study with us

In an independent assessment of UK universities (REF 2014), the University was ranked second for psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience.

As a student, you will be based here at the Centre, one of only a handful of research-dedicated centres in the world that contains multiple neuroimaging techniques in one building. You will be taught by internationally recognised experts with access to our specialised neuroimaging facilities.

Read our student profiles

Read our student profiles and blog to find out what the programme is like from a student's point of view.

The great thing about this course is that it gives you full access to a range of imaging techniques. Being in an environment where ground-breaking research is being carried out is important to me as the field of neuroimaging is evolving so quickly. The team are leaders in their field, but are so approachable if I ever have any questions.

Catherine, MSc in Neuroimaging Methods and Applications student